21 October 2011
John Freeland is an environmental scientist working in the private sector. Most of his work centers on wetland and soil investigations, permitting, and NEPA documentation. He is interested in the ecological services of soils, wetlands and woodlands; the land-water-energy nexus, and sustainability. John lives in Michigan with his wife and three children.
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Other AGU Blogs
- Chris on Unearthing a Soil Mystery Using Differential Solution Analysis
- Soil Scientist on Dirt Bucket Challange is a Bad Idea
- John Freeland on On Site Wastewater Disposal Systems: Soil Considerations
- Richard Makim on On Site Wastewater Disposal Systems: Soil Considerations
- John Freeland on Dams and Demand for Sand Threaten World Beaches