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Kevin Moody
Ecologist
61 Forsyth Street, SW, Suite 17T26
Atlanta, GA 30303

Ph: (404) 562-3618
FAX: (404) 562-3700
kevin.moody@dot.gov


Education
•    Bachelor of Science, Environment and Technology, Clark University, Worcester, MA
•    Forest Ecology, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

Expertise/Specialty
•    Climate Change and Sustainable Transportation
•    Eco-Logical Approach/Ecology
•    Health in Transportation
•    Natural Resources Management
•    Environmental Management Systems
•    Risk and Natural Hazards Management

Professional Associations
•    American Fisheries Society, member
•    American Statistical Association, member
•    Ecological Society of America, member

Professional Highlights
•    Modifying regional economic models to enhance transportation related analyses of human migration, economic disparities, congestion, exurban development patterns, and related issues

•    Identifying transportation datasets and supporting their integration into public and wildlife health models to predict and successfully mitigate secondary outbreaks of disease

•    13 years with Federal agencies (Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Reclamation, and Federal Highway Administration) as biologist, program manager, and environmental protection specialist;

•    Worked for contractors and consultants on numerous road projects in 1980’s (equipment operator during college; fisheries sediment and erosion control, and wetlands practitioner for consultant afterwards)

•    Regional and other NEPA, EJ, and IQA coordinator positions

•    Coordinating water quality rule development for Great Lakes Initiative, New York, and California (sediments, anti-degradation, various TMDLs, and ESA compliance reviews)

•    Managing or coordinating scientific and some management activities related to disaster preparations and/or response (floods, hurricanes, mudslides and slope failures, and toxic material releases) in NY, NC, and CA

•    Coordinating application of models to support dispute resolution efforts, including: water allocation; groundwater and listed species banking; public health and minority community water supply; sea turtle recovery

•    Water supply, dam safety, and urban encroachment in earthquake and volcanic hazard areas

•    Building scientific case to support settlement negotiations in cumulative effects, ESA, and other litigation

•    Working with the White House Task Force on Floodplain Management

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