Lone Tree Council and TRW
Dioxin Update
July 25, 2005  #48

Dr. Hector Galbraith

 Tittabawassee River Watershed Ecological Risk Assessment



Dr. Galbraith will present the findings of two ecological risk assessments specific to dioxin and furan compounds found in the Tittabawassee River. In addition he will incorporate data in his lecture from several other studies in the region and articulate what these studies may suggest regarding ecological risks present in the Tittabawassee and Saginaw River as well as the Saginaw Bay.


Bay City State Park Visitors Center

Wednesday August 3 @ 7pm


Inform park personnel you are attending this event to have the entrance fee waived


Dr. Galbraith attended the University of Glasgow in Scotland where he attained a PhD in ecology. He completed his post graduate studies at the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, while funded as a scientific officer at the British Nature Conservancy Council. Dr. Galbraith is President of Galbraith Environmental Sciences, a consulting company based in southern Vermont. His major clients have included various state agencies, U.S, EPA, and U.S. FWS. He has performed a number of ecological risk assessments for various clients (including the State of Michigan) and has been very active in conducting Natural Resource Damage Assessments for federal and state clients.





The Partnership for the Saginaw Bay Watershed & the Lone Tree Council


Facilitated by MDEQ




 Kristi Laundra - 989-284-9997


 Michelle Hurd Riddick- 989-799-3313



Dr. Galbraith's work for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality can be found at: