Ms. Martin specializes in both the assessment of ecological impacts resulting from physical and chemical stressors to natural resources as well as ecological restoration. For over eight years, she has focused on providing technical and management support across a range of natural resource damage assessments. She draws on expertise in wildlife biology, ecology, spatial analysis and extensive experience in field biology to provide clients with sound technical support. Ms. Martin has worked for Federal, State, and Tribal Trustees on a number of the most complex assessments at hazardous waste and oil spill sites across the United States. She has developed creative approaches for identifying and quantifying injury due to toxic and radioactive contaminants, led complex field assessments, identified and scaled appropriate restoration projects, completed National Environmental Policy Act analyses, written numerous key natural resource damage assessment documents, and led public outreach and communication activities.
Ms. Martin holds a B.A., summa cum laude, in Wildlife Biology with a minor in Environmental Policy from Ball State University, as well as a Master of Science in Natural Resources and Environment with a focus on Conservation Biology from the University of Michigan.