Science Advisory Board will, at the Commissioner's request, provide independent
peer review and advice on scientific and technical issues relevant to
the DEP's mission.
The Board will deliver
its findings and recommendations to the Commissioner through the DEP's
Office of Science, which also will serve as the liaison with the Commissioner,
DEP staff and the public.
Four standing committees
will report to the Science Advisory Board:
- Climate and
- Public Health
- Water Quality
Interested in serving on the Science Advisory Board?
to Charge Questions
Response to Charge Question- NJ Ocean Acidification - September 2015
Response to Charge Question- NJ Human Biomonitoring - March 2015
Response to Charge Question- Air Toxics - September 2013
Response to Charge Question- Perimeter Air Monitoring - November 2013
Response to Charge Question- Nutrient Issues - September 2013
Contaminants of Emerging Concern - Final
Critical Habitat for Flora & Fauna in NJ - Revisiting the Definition - Final
Response to Charge Question on Development of Health-Based
Acute Criteria - February 2012
Final Report - Response to Charge Questions on the Impact to Ground Water Soil Remediation Standards Guidance - October 2011
is the most effective way to determine the improvement in ambient air
quality from requiring non-road diesel construction equipment to install
retrofit technology and how do we quantify the health benefit to the
worker and surrounding population (community) from requiring said retrofits?
- Summary Report - February 2012
Nitrate Dilution Model Summary Report - May 2011