Doug Endicott Principal Research Scientist
Doug has worked as a Principal Research Scientist and Environmental Engineer at GLEC since 2000. He holds a MSE in Environmental Engineering from the University of Michigan, and prior to GLEC was the modeling team leader at the USEPA Large Lakes Research Station, where he led a team of engineers, scientists, and computer programmers conducting modeling studies for the Great Lakes. Doug has led development of the Lake Michigan Mass Balance Project and contributed to the Lake Michigan Lakewide Management Plan (LaMP) report by applying results of the MICHTOX model he developed to assess PCB data. He was technical lead for GLEC’s Three Lakes Watershed Nutrient Mass Balance project and the CREP VFS Effectiveness study which both employed predictive models to estimate and control pollutant loadings on a watershed scale. His expertise is focused on water quality modeling, statistical modeling, and designing and validating complex integrated environmental studies. He is a licensed professional engineer and has served on review panels for the Great Lakes Protection Fund and the Journal of Great Lakes Research.