WILLIAM M. AUBERLE, P.E., BCEE Principal
Bill Auberle has more than 40 years experience in environmental engineering and management. His expertise includes environmental policy and permitting processes, air quality engineering, environmental risk assessment and management, and site investigation and remediation.
Bill remains active as a Professor Emeritus at Northern Arizona University. His continuing university service includes the Landsward Institute & Foundation, the NAU/EPA American Indian Air Quality Training Program, and the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals. Bill is a founding member of the Board of Directors of the Southwest Renewable Energy Institute.
Previously, Bill was President of the national environmental consulting firm of Yates & Auberle, Ltd. In this capacity he directed professionals in the disciplines of environmental engineering, industrial hygiene, hydrogeology, and environmental monitoring and analysis.
Bill also has served governmental agencies as an author and administrator of environmental laws and regulations. He has directed programs in air quality management, water pollution control, radiation protection, noise control, and solid/hazardous waste management. In 1978 and 1979, he managed all environmental protection programs for the State of Colorado.
Bill’s baccalaureate degree in industrial engineering and masters degree in environmental engineering were earned at West Virginia University. He continued graduate studies at Columbia University and the University of Missouri. He is a Fellow Member and Past Vice President of the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) and is board certified by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers (AAEE). He is a licensed professional engineer in Arizona, Louisiana and Ohio. Bill continues to make numerous presentations at meetings and conferences and contributes many publications in environmental science and engineering.
CHARLES M. SCHLINGER, Ph.D., P.E., R.G Principal
Charlie is co-founder with Bill Auberle of EN3 Professionals, LLC. His areas of expertise include water resources, civil engineering and geosciences, with a history of federal, state, county, municipal, tribal, school district, energy-sector, mining industry and private sector projects. He maintains multi-state registrations in civil engineering, geology & geophysics.
Prior to forming EN3 Professionals, LLC, Charlie served as a project manager and engineer at Plateau Engineering, where he was responsible for a wide range of civil engineering projects, with an emphasis on water-resources project types. Before that, Charlie served as a geotechnical engineer and geophysicist for STS Consultants, in Minneapolis, where he was responsible for project engineering & management for the iron ore mining industry, federal, county and municipal government, and commercial and industrial clients. Prior to that he was employed by SAIC in Nevada where he worked on geotechnical, hydrogeological, and geophysical site characterization activities at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. Early in his professional career, he managed geology, geophysics and materials science projects funded by federal and state agencies and published extensively.
Charlie earned his B.S. degree at the University of Michigan and his Master’s Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Utah State University. He received his Ph.D. from The John Hopkins University, with a concentration in geophysics and geology.
Charlie is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering in the College of Engineering, Forestry and Natural Sciences at Northern Arizona University (NAU) in the Department of Civil Engineering, Construction Management and Environmental Engineering. His areas of expertise at NAU include: water systems/resources, geotechnical and geomatics/surveying engineering. He co-founded the Watershed Research & Education Program at NAU and is a past Director. He also was a founding member and past Director of the Sustainable Water Resources Alliance at NAU.
KARIN WADSACK, Project Scientist
Karin Wadsack serves EN3 Professionals as a senior scientist and project manager. Her areas of expertise include renewable energy, climate change, and environmental policy, as well as international development and project management. She also has experience in journalism, sales and marketing, corporate training and operations management.
Karin taught construction and managed rainwater harvesting projects as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Bolivia, and worked in system design and installation for a solar and wind installation company in rural Ohio. She has an M.S. in Environmental Sciences & Policy from Northern Arizona University, where she focused her research on the economic impacts of wind development in Arizona and policy analysis at the state level. She also has a master’s degree in Mass Communication from Arizona State University and a B.A. in Government from the College of William and Mary.
MARK DANIELS, Project Scientist
Mark Daniels specializes in restoration projects, from planning to implementation, monitoring, data management and analysis, and dissemination of results. He has a strong background in ecology, restoration of degraded ecosystems, and environmental science, along with a growing foundation in environmental engineering. He has presented research data at regional and national scientific conferences, authored or co-authored numerous scientific papers and government reports, and recently published a field guide to forest vegetation in northern Arizona. He worked for over ten years as a botanist and community ecologist for the Ecological Restoration Institute (ERI) at Northern Arizona University. Prior to his employment with the ERI, Mark taught environmental science laboratory and field classes at Northern Arizona University. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Biology at Humboldt State University and a master’s degree in Quaternary Sciences at Northern Arizona University. He is currently working on a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering at Northern Arizona University, with a focus on Water Resources Engineering.
MARILLA LAMB, E.I.T., Project Engineer
Marilla Lamb serves EN3 Professionals as a project engineer specializing in energy and environmental projects. She has experience working on residential and commercial scale renewable energy projects, including system sizing and design, creating site plans and electrical diagrams, permitting and assisting with installations in the field. In addition, Marilla has project management, grant and proposal writing, and public education expertise. Her areas of special interest include renewable energy development and air quality modeling. She has a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from Northern Arizona University.
CRISTINA GONZALEZ-MADDUX, Project Scientist
Cristina Gonzalez-Maddux serves EN3 Professionals as a project scientist. She specializes in air quality permitting, emissions inventories and modeling. Cristina has a strong background in air and water quality, federal and state hardrock mining laws, and environmental health. She earned an M.S. degree in Environmental Sciences and Policy from Northern Arizona University, where she studied the air quality impacts and policy dimensions of uranium mining on public and tribal lands in the Southwestern United States. Cristina also holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of San Francisco where she double majored in Environmental Studies and Sociology.
Harindra Joseph Fernando, Ph.D.
Dr. Fernando brings expertise in geophysical fluid dynamics of oceans, lakes and atmospheres, as well as in the applications of fluid mechanics to industrial systems. His specialties include: meteorological measurements using a suite of instruments such as Lidar, Sodar, RASS, ceilometers, sonic anemometers as well as data processing; mesoscale meteorological modeling and validation; air quality modeling using AERMOD, CALPUFF, CMAQ and other standard models as well as the use of dispersion models such as QUIC; measurement in natural waters using profilers and acoustic devises; industrial fluid mechanics issues such as flow induced vibrations, turbulent mixing issues, wakes, jets and outfalls; remote sensing using IR imagery and ingestion of satellite information to improve environmental forecasting.
Dr. Fernando joined the University of Notre Dame in 2010. Prior to that he was with ASU from 1984-2009. He completed post-Doctoral studies in fluid mechanics at California Institute of Technology in 1983-84. Prior to that he earned his Ph.D. in fluid mechanics at The Johns Hopkins University in 1983, and his M.A. In 1982. He earned a B.Sc. Degree in mechanical engineering, with 1st class honors, at the University of Sri Lanka in 1979.
Kristin M. Flynt, M.E.
Kristin is an Environmental Engineer with a strong background in air quality, water resource and environmental health issues. She has extensive problem-solving skills for today’s environmental concerns and is experienced in working with federal, state and local environmental agencies. Her background includes determining mercury deposition attributable to power plants and possible health effects in upper Michigan; working as part of a collaborative team aimed at reducing the effects of air toxics in the Phoenix area through monitoring, research, presentations, and outreach; contributing recommendations on children’s environmental health issues for an innovative tribal environmental health forum in Arizona; and creating a greenhouse gas inventory guide and tracking system for Union Pacific Railroad.
Ms. Flynt earned her B.S. degree in Geological Sciences-Water Resources from Ohio University. She received her Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering with an emphasis on Air Quality and Environmental Health from Northern Arizona University.
William Marsh is an adjunct professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia and professor emeritus of the University of Michigan. He is the former chairman and founding member of the Department of Earth and Resource Science at the University of Michigan-Flint where he held the David M. French Distinguished Professorship.
Marsh has had a long association with the landscape architecture profession both in the classroom and in private practice. He is an Honorary Member of the Michigan Society of Landscape Architects and was twice appointed Great Master in the Design Atelier in Landscape Architecture at the Texas A & M University. Over his long career, he has lectured widely before university and professional audiences, authored numerous papers and books on landscape analysis and planning, and provided consultative services throughout North America in the land planning and design arena.
Marsh’s work as a consultant has taken him into hundreds of projects covering a wide range of problems. His contributions have centered mainly around what he calls “site adaptive planning and design”. This approach begins with understanding landscape in terms of its geo- and biophysical functions, that is, in terms of its formative processes and systems, and how these functions define, among other things, a site’s carrying capacity. The site adaptive approach offers an alternative to prescriptive- or formula-based planning and advocates a problem-solving perspective to land use with a strong reliance on natural services. He has successfully applied site adaptive planning to industrial sites, residential development, park and open space programs, and cemetery master planning.
Alison M Mewett
Alison has more than 24 years experience working in both private and public practice as a landscape architect and planner. Projects have included site planning and design for residential, institutional, and park developments; park and environmental planning and management; and municipal land use planning.
Prior to establishing Waterland Consulting Ltd, Alison worked for various clients at LA West Landscape Architects (Kamloops); worked as the Parks and Environmental Planner at the Regional District of Comox-Strathcona, and a municipal planner at the Village of Cumberland.
Mewett is a registered Landscape Architect in British Columbia and is a member of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects.
Warner K. Reeser, Jr., Ph.D.
Warner Reeser has almost 42 years of technical and administrative experience in environmental science and engineering, with particular emphasis on air quality. He has managed numerous technical programs and operations for small, mid-size, and large organizations. He has performed complex technical environmental studies and compliance assessments on a wide range of work, including RCRA and CERCLA hazardous waste site assessments, risk assessments, air monitoring and modeling, air emission inventories, health and safety studies, site remediation, Environmental Impact Statement reviews, natural resource damage assessments, legislative review, permit evaluations, environmental program development, regional air quality planning, and research.
Dr. Reeser earned his undergraduate degree in mathematics and graduate degree in Atmospheric Science. He received his Ph.D. in Earth Resources from Colorado State University. Dr. Reeser currently is an Adjunct Professor teaching graduate level classes in Environmental Science (air pollution modeling) at the University of Colorado in Denver. He has made numerous presentations at conferences, seminars and workshops. He is an expert witness and has testified in legal and legislative proceedings. He has contributed to over 100 published works.