Mr. Emsbo-Mattingly specializes in the diagnostic measurement of petroleum, tar, wood preservatives, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and industrial products in water, soil, sediment, and air. He offers extensive experience in oil spills, manufactured gas plants, chemical plants, wood treating facilities, tar refineries, petroleum storage facilities, chlorinated solvent industries, and urban background. During his 20 years in the environmental industry, Mr. Emsbo-Mattingly helped pioneer forensic methods for the identification and delineation of oil spills, tar releases, solvent plumes, PCB impacts, and vapor intrusion. In addition to directing environmental forensic investigations throughout the U.S., he regularly performs detailed environmental laboratory data reviews, quality control assessments, statistical analyses, and graphics production for corporate client, non-profit organizations, and regulatory agencies. He published more than100 articles, guidance documents, and text book chapters. He serves as reviewer for multiple journals and textbooks. Mr. Emsbo-Mattingly earned his B.A. in biology and M.S. in environmental science.