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Mr. Gunther Rosen has been an Aquatic Biologist with the U.S. Navy since 1998. In that time he has developed and managed SPAWAR's accredited bioassay laboratory, and overseen research to support the Navy's  environmental compliance and cleanup requirements. He received his Bachelor's degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in Aquatic Biology and his Master's degree from Oregon State University in Fisheries Science/Aquaculture. Mr. Rosen has been a member of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) for 20 years.
  
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1) Advances in storm water sampling/monitoring including use of passive sampling devices and realistic exposure assessments; 2) bioavailability and toxicity of metals in seawater and contaminated sediments; 3) assessment of exposure and effects associated with underwater unexploded ordinance; 4) improved ''in situ'' biological exposure methods for sediments and surface waters; 5) applied research associated with the U.S. Navy's alternative fuel program (e.g. Great Green Fleet); 6) research and development associated with environmental impacts from innovative anti-foulant coatings.
  
 
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Work and Contact Information

EMPLOYER:

U.S. Navy - SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific
San Diego, CA

EMAIL:

WEBPAGE:

About the Contributor

Mr. Gunther Rosen has been an Aquatic Biologist with the U.S. Navy since 1998. In that time he has developed and managed SPAWAR's accredited bioassay laboratory, and overseen research to support the Navy's environmental compliance and cleanup requirements. He received his Bachelor's degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in Aquatic Biology and his Master's degree from Oregon State University in Fisheries Science/Aquaculture. Mr. Rosen has been a member of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) for 20 years.

Research interests: 1) Advances in storm water sampling/monitoring including use of passive sampling devices and realistic exposure assessments; 2) bioavailability and toxicity of metals in seawater and contaminated sediments; 3) assessment of exposure and effects associated with underwater unexploded ordinance; 4) improved in situ biological exposure methods for sediments and surface waters; 5) applied research associated with the U.S. Navy's alternative fuel program (e.g. Great Green Fleet); 6) research and development associated with environmental impacts from innovative anti-foulant coatings.

Article Contributions