Environmental Standards, Inc. personnel perform and oversee the collection, evaluation, storage and retrieval, data interpretation, and statistical analysis of large-scale environmental data sets. Our senior forensic chemists and data managers/data analysts work in concert to condense complex analyses into manageable, discrete tasks. Our forensic and data teams routinely manage and evaluate environmental data sets involving tens of thousands of samples and millions of records.
The requirements for data interpretation and data quality oversight in chemical forensics applications differ significantly from those needed in regulatory and remediation focused applications. The ability to compare, integrate, and analyze data sets requires first understanding which data are truly signals and which are statistical noise. Environmental Standards has in-depth knowledge and experience in assessing sampling, laboratory, and methodological reliability (for internal and external data interpreters), so we can manage down the data set, focus the statistical evaluations, and help avoid wasted effort.
In addition to assessing and managing sample data, Environmental Standards provides robust capabilities in data interpretation. Our experience and skill set in environmental forensics includes:
Rock J. Vitale, CEAC
Technical Director of Chemistry/Principal
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