John Marton, Ph.D.
Dr. Marton is a wetland ecologist focusing on the biogeochemical processes of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus and how these processes respond to climatic and anthropogenic influences. He is currently a Staff Scientist for the U.S. EPA Office of Pesticide Programs' Ecological Risk of Pesticides contract. He currently provides assistance with the evaluation and analysis of biological, physical, and chemical data on the acute, sub-chronic, and chronic toxicity of pesticides in water, sediment, and soil. Prior to joining Cambridge Environmental Inc., he worked as a Jr. Staff Scientist for Dynamac Corporation.
Dr. Marton holds a B.S. in Biology (2004) with a focus on Zoology from Towson University, an M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University (2008), and a Ph.D in Environmental Science from Indiana University (2012).
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