Chuck Harman is a Senior Associate Ecologist with AMEC Earth & Environmental located in Somerset, New Jersey. Since 2000, Chuck has worked at AMEC specializing in natural resource related assessment and management activities, including wetlands management and ecological restorations, ecological risk assessments, and natural resource damage assessments. He is responsible for the completion of ecological risk assessment projects and wetlands evaluations at hazardous waste sites and industrial facilities around the country. He has delineated wetlands using both the 1987 and 1989 methods manuals and has designed and managed wetland restoration projects as part of remediation activities. He has designed and conducted detailed evaluations of the potential for ecological impacts to wetlands from the implementation of remedial actions, including pump and treat systems. He has evaluated wetlands and other ecological receptors at sites located in sensitive habitats. Chuck has evaluated the efficacy of constructed wetlands to remove arsenic, chromium, and copper in stormwater. Prior to AMEC, he worked for 13 years in the environmental consulting field with McLaren/Hart Environmental Engineering. Since 2001, Chuck has contributed to ITRC as a team member and instructor for ITRC's Constructed Wetlands, Mitigation Wetlands, and Ecological Reuse teams. Chuck earned a bachelor's degree in wildlife ecology from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas in 1977 and a master's in biology from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas in 1986. Chuck is certified as a Professional Wetland Scientist by the Society of Wetland Scientists.