Eric Koglin is the Manager of the Site Characterization and Monitoring Technology Pilot of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program. He works in Las Vegas Nevada in the Environmental Sciences Division of the National Exposure Research Laboratory. As the Pilot Manger he is responsible for implementing the demonstration, verification, and information diffusion activities that focus on site characterization and monitoring technologies. Eric graduated with a B.S. in geology from Indiana State University in 1979, and a M.S. in hydrology from the University of Arizona in 1984. He started his career with EPA in 1984, initially as a Superfund Remedial Project Manager with Region 9 in San Francisco, California. In 1985 he accepted a position as a staff hydrologist with the National Exposure Research Laboratory's Environmental Sciences Division in Las Vegas, Nevada (formerly known as the Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory) and is presently a senior scientist on the staff. Among his many past duties at the Laboratory, he has managed the monitoring and measurement technologies demonstration portion of the Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) Program, he has served as the Technical Chairman of the last five International Symposia on Field Analytical Methods for Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Chemicals, and is an Associate Editor of the John Wiley and Sons journal Field Analytical Chemistry and Technology.