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EA'S William L. Goodfellow Elected to Editorial Board of SETAC's Scientific Journal.

BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 1, 1998--EA Engineering, Science, and Technology Inc. (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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:EACO EACO Emmanuel Alliance Church of Ottawa (Canada) ), Thursday announced that William L. Goodfellow, Jr., has been elected to the Editorial Board of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, an internationally acclaimed scientific journal published under the auspices of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC SETAC Society of Environmental Toxicology And Chemistry
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Based in Pensacola, Fla., SETAC is an international organization that fosters interdisciplinary communication among environmental professionals from academe, business, and government.

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry is published monthly by SETAC Press. Goodfellow's appointment to the Editorial Board extends through the year 2000, and includes involvement in editorial policy decisions and manuscript review.

Donald Deieso, President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board.  of EA, noted enthusiastically that "Bill Goodfellow is an internationally recognized expert in toxicology and Toxicity Reduction Evaluations (TRE) technologies. He has been instrumental in leading EA to national prominence in the design and conduct of TREs for major government and private-sector clients."

Goodfellow, a Senior Scientist, serves as EA's National Technical Director of Ecotoxicology The term ecotoxicology was coined by Truhaut in 1969, who defined it as "the branch of toxicology concerned with the study of toxic effects, caused by natural or synthetic pollutants, to the constituents of ecosystems, animal (including human), vegetable and microbial, in an  and Bioassessment. He has authored and presented more than 77 technical papers and articles as well as taught short-courses and seminars.

He has served on peer-review panels for such esteemed publications as Water Pollution Control Federation Journal, Transactions for American Fisheries Society, Biochemical Systematics systematics: see classification.   and Ecology, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences and Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.

Goodfellow will be an instructor at a 2-day short-course on Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing that will be part of the upcoming Water Environment Federation WEFTEC WEFTEC WEF’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (Water Environment Federation)  '98 Conference in Orlando, Fla., on Oct. 2 - 3.

EA Engineering, Science, and Technology Inc. is a publicly held international management consulting firm specializing in energy, the environment, and health and safety. Through its network of more than 20 offices, EA provides scientific, engineering, economic, analytical, and management solutions to corporate, utility, municipal, and Federal Government clients.
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