Craig is experienced in multiple aquatic field sampling techniques as well as numerous laboratory practices, while supporting state and national water quality criteria development, biological surveys, and sediment evaluations. He is one of GLEC’s most experienced field biologists working as a field crew member and leader on the NARS program, beginning with the 2007 National Lakes Assessment. Craig also supports ongoing ecological site monitoring at Pine Bluff Arsenal by conducting electro-fishing, water sample collection, sediment coring and sediment sampling. He has extensive experience conducting acute and chronic toxicity tests and the associated laboratory analyses that monitor the impact of effluents and chemicals on water quality and aquatic communities. Craig holds a B.S. in Environmental Biology from Heidelberg College.
GLEC operates one of only a few U.S. laboratories accredited for whole sediment toxicity testing. GLEC also maintains NELAP accreditation for chlorophyll and nutrient chemistry testing.
GLEC's Columbus, OH laboratory is ADEQ accredited for Acute Toxicity and Chronic Toxicity testing.