Andrews, Greenberg reappointed to NJDEP Science Advisory Board

April 16, 2014

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of Science recently announced that professor Clinton J. Andrews was reappointed to a three-year term to the NJDEP’s Science Advisory Board, and professor Michael R. Greenberg was reappointed to the Public Health Standing Committee.

The Science Advisory Board and the four standing committees (climate and adaptation sciences, ecological processes, public health, and water quality and quantity) provide independent peer review and advice on scientific and technical issues relevant to the DEP’s mission.

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