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Erik Naylor

Project Environmental Scientist

Mr. Naylor was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. He attended the University of Idaho and received a bachelor of science degree in environmental science in 2007. Mr. Naylor moved to Portland, Oregon, after graduating, where he worked from 2007 through 2011 as an analytical chemist specializing in the analysis of environmental media before joining…

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Who is Erik Naylor?

Mr. Naylor was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. He attended the University of Idaho and received a bachelor of science degree in environmental science in 2007. Mr. Naylor moved to Portland, Oregon, after graduating, where he worked from 2007 through 2011 as an analytical chemist specializing in the analysis of environmental media before joining MFA as an environmental scientist. At MFA, Mr. Naylor has been integrated into a variety of projects that benefit from his combined background of environmental science and analytical chemistry. His roles on projects have included project chemist, project environmental scientist, data manager (EQuIS and Access), data analyst, data validator, quality assurance manager, 3D modeler (Environmental Visualization System), field sampler, and forensic analyst, in addition to providing oversight, sampling program design (including incremental sampling methodology), and litigation support.

Mr. Naylor designs quality assurance and sampling programs and has authored numerous quality assurance project plans and sampling and analysis plans for sites in the Northwest, as well as Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act sites, including the Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex Superfund Site in Idaho. His analytical skills have also been valuable on more focused tasks, such as evaluating in situ remedial options, conducting groundwater/surface water tracer studies, studying and assessing the leaching potential of mine waste and impacted native soils, and evaluating the reliability of analytical data.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, University of Idaho

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