Chris Stubbs is a principal consultant with Ramboll in Emeryville, California. Since 2000, he has worked in environmental science and engineering, with special emphasis on groundwater hydrology and chemical fate and transport in the environment. Specific areas of expertise include groundwater modeling, statistical analysis, risk-based site assessment and remediation, exposure analysis and human health risk assessment. He has prepared evaluations of the risk from vapor intrusion into indoor air at numerous sites, including preparing expert reports and giving deposition testimony as an expert witness. He has developed regional groundwater flow and transport models to evaluate remedial alternatives and to estimate cleanup times. Chris is a member of the ITRC Groundwater Statistics and Monitoring Compliance project team. Chris earned a bachelor’s degree in 1988 in physics from the University of California at Berkeley, CA. He earned a master’s degree in 1996 in technology and policy, a master’s degree in 1996 in environmental engineering, and a PhD in 2000 in hydrology and water resource engineering all from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA. He is a professional civil engineer in California.