Craig Voros
Research Scientist
Aquatic Toxicology
Craig is an experienced research scientist working in aquatic toxicology and general environmental science research. Since joining GLEC in 2008, his focus has been research for updating ambient aquatic life criteria for U.S. EPA and various other water quality research projects for industrial, municipal and government clients. Recent work includes updating the ambient water quality criteria document for carbaryl and reviewing new toxicology data for chloride, aluminum, cadmium and molybdenum. He also assists with routine laboratory chemistry testing of effluent samples and field survey work. Craig has a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Bucknell University and a Masters of Environmental Science from Miami University of Ohio


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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.



Great Lakes Environmental Center

739 Hastings Street
Traverse City, MI   49686

Phone: (231) 941-2230
Fax: (231) 941-2240