Daniel Diedrich, MS

Environmental Scientist

Daniel Diedrich joined Floyd|Snider in 2018 with more than 12 years of regulatory and consulting experience. In recent governmental consulting positions, Daniel designed and implemented multi-disciplinary research, data analysis, documentation, and technical communications for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Energy, and the National Park Service. He provided a variety of complex analyses for several Superfund sites throughout the country (Hanford Nuclear Site and Lower Duwamish Waterway in Washington, Lower Passaic River in New Jersey, and Sheboygan River in Wisconsin). In the course of his career, he has completed a wide range of work on toxicological consultancy documentation products, database management, GIS analyses/metadata, data analyses, and statistical automation. Daniel has also produced technical chapters for risk assessments, ecological damage assessment protocols, remedial investigations, environmental impact statements, toxicological study designs, and research planning and implementation. He also has experience proposing research, managing operations, and communicating results in seminars to high-level Agency representatives to achieve group consensus for Natural and Cultural Resource Trustee’s ecological restoration actions.

Daniel holds a graduate degree (MS) in Environmental Toxicology from Western Washington University and an undergraduate degree (BS) in Natural Resources from Michigan State University.