Erin Cosnowski

Environmental Chemist

Education:
MS, Chemical Oceanography, University of Washington, 2003
BA, Chemistry, Whitman College, 1999

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2006

Erin Cosnowski is an Environmental Chemist who contributes her strong technical, research, communication, and critical analysis skills to tackle a broad range of complex environmental projects. Her experience ranges from working on environmental site investigations and preparing long-term monitoring plans in both upland and marine settings to providing support on allocation and litigation projects for clients involved in large sediment cleanup sites.

Professional Strengths

Vast experience in researching and analyzing historical and current site information along with environmental data to identify and explain the timing, sources, and mechanisms of releases at a site and to assess potential liable parties and their contributions

Skilled at planning and implementing long-term monitoring programs at large and complex upland and sediment sites

Detail oriented and effective in evaluating, synthesizing, and communicating large volumes of information and data in meaningful ways

Effective at working on collaborative multidisciplinary teams to help explore, evaluate, and solve complex environmental management, remediation, and compliance issues