Who we are
Michael Levinson, PWS
M.S., 2018– Biology: Ecology and Evolution
Montclair State University, Montclair, N.J.
B.S., 2008 – Environmental Science,
Concentration in Pollution Science
Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J.
Areas of Expertise
Regulatory Assessments and Constraints Analysis
Wetland Delineations & Regulatory Review
Threatened & Endangered Species Survey & Studies
Environmental Impact Assessment
Construction Monitoring & Management
Geographic Information System Software Projects
Professional Wetland Scientist – Society of Wetland Scientists
Wetland Delineation Certificate – Rutgers University OCPE
OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER
Member of the Society of Wetland Scientists
Levinson, M.J (January, 2018). Impacts of Drainage Basin Characteristics on Macroinvertebrate Communities in the Upper Passaic River. Master's Thesis
Moskowitz, David; Levinson, Michael; McMenamin, Evie (January, 2020). Historical Pesticide Purchases for a New Jersey Apple Orchard from 1931-1936 and 1943-1945 with notes on Remnant "Legacy" Pesticide Concentrations in Soil. New Jersey Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. [Online] 6:1
Summary of Experience
Mr. Levinson is an Assistant Vice President with EcolSciences, Inc. and has more than fifteen years of environmental experience. Mr. Levinson has managed and participated in a wide variety of projects related to: land use permitting, wetland delineation, wetland mitigation, environmental impact assessment & statement preparation and threatened & endangered species surveys. Additionally, Mr. Levinson is experienced in conducting site investigation (phase I and phase II), sampling of hazardous materials and the remedial investigation of contaminated sites. He has worked on a variety of projects and is familiar with local, state and federal regulations throughout the country and has used his skills in GIS mapping, regulatory compliance, and permit application preparation in order to assure that clients comply with all applicable regulations.