Greg Shellenbarger Eng, MS

Ecohydrologist I

Greg is cbec’s Field Services Manager. He joined cbec in 2017 with a background in marine ecology and hydrodynamic controls on water quality and sediment transports. He has expertise in a variety of fieldwork and analysis including sediment transport, time-series analysis of water quality variables, dissolved oxygen cycling, and using geochemical tracers to understand coastal nutrient supply. For more than a decade, Greg worked with the U.S. Geological Survey working on water quality and sediment transport projects in and around San Francisco Bay and the Delta. Much of his work supported the multi-decadal South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project. He earned a BS in Biology and Chemistry from Bowling Green State University, an MS in Marine Ecology from Northeastern University, and an Engineering Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering through the Environmental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory at Stanford University. He enjoys fieldwork and learning new instrumentation and methods, and truly understands that a good day in the field is better than a good day in the office.