Ed is a Project Engineer with LimnoTech and has been involved in dozens of Great Lakes and other large lake projects that push the limits of technology and innovative research and development. He oversees a network of buoys and sensors that support boaters, water treatment plant personnel, and many other operational users of large lake and river systems. He has been involved with hydrodynamic modeling and the application of water quality and nutrient models across the country since joining the firm in June 2005. Ed has also recently served as the president of the International Association for Great Lakes Research.
Ed works at LimnoTech’s Corporate Headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan.