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Erin Warlow
Senior Scientist
  • Historical research and technical evaluation for litigation support

  • Contaminant fate and transport

  • Research design and statistical analysis

  • Environmental cost allocation

Ms. Warlow is a senior scientist with experience in environmental investigations and litigation projects. She has expertise in preparing technical deliverables, including site-specific expert reports and academic research, as well as proposing methods for allocating costs between parties at complex sediment sites. She has conducted historical and property research in association with litigation support, identified contaminant sources and pathways, designed and implemented environmental investigations in academic contexts, performed robust statistical analyses, and served in task management roles. The focus of her career to date has been in quantifying and describing spatial and temporal changes to wetland and soil systems.

Ms. Warlow has considerable international working experience. She has worked in Spanish-speaking professional contexts and has elementary proficiency in Dutch. She has demonstrated ability in performing environments investigations in diverse cultural and legal contexts.

Years of Experience:
Education & Certifications
  • Master of Science, Sustainable Development: Global Change and Ecosystems, Utrecht University

  • Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science, Wheaton College

  • Bachelor of Arts, Spanish, Wheaton College

News and Events


TIG Environmental Presents at the North American SETAC 43rd Annual Meeting


Building a Concise and Accurate Disclosure or Discovery Response Strategy


Pesticide Residues in Conventional and Organic Farming Systems in Europe


Allocation Methods and Rationale for Method Selection

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