Jeffrey GeraldCurrent Position
Research Physical Scientist, U. S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi

Bachelor of Science (BS), Petroleum Engineering, Louisiana State University

Since 1992, Mr. Gerald has been involved in a wide array of projects including water quality and contaminant modeling of groundwater and surface water, computer programming of numerical and analytical models, evaluation of human health and ecological risk assessment software frameworks, development of a screening-level model for estimating pollutant removal by wetlands, development of a database for physicochemical and toxicological properties of military range compounds, development of a source characterization model for use in evaluating the fate and transport of munitions constituents (MC) from unexploded ordnance (UXO), and development/deployment of the Adaptive Risk Assessment Modeling System (ARAMS).