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Richard Wenning is the global leader of Ramboll’s Ecology and Sediment Management practice. He has over 25 years of experience in ecotoxicology, environmental forensics, human and ecological risk assessment, waterfront restoration and investigation, and assessment and remediation of contaminated sediments. He has managed interdisciplinary teams of engineers and scientists for industry clients on several multi-year contaminated waterway assessment and rehabilitation projects in the US and other countries, most notably Arcata/Humboldt Bay (California), Augusta Bay (Italy), Baltimore Harbor (Maryland), Hackensack River (New Jersey), Homebush Bay (Australia), Kishon River (Israel), Liepaja Harbor (Latvia), Newark Bay and Passaic River (New Jersey), Onondaga Lake (New York), Pallanza Bay and Toce River (Italy), Penobscot Bay (Maine), San Diego Bay (California), Tittabawassee and Saginaw Rivers (Michigan), Upper Calcasieu River estuary (Louisiana) and Venice Lagoon (Italy). Richard has published extensively in the scientific literature on chemical-source fingerprinting, contaminated sediments and risk assessment. He is co-editor of the book, Use of Sediment Quality Guidelines and Related Tools for the Assessment of Contaminated Sediments (2005; SETAC Press), and two books on Environmental Security in Harbors and Coastal Areas (2007; Springer). He currently serves as editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed journal, Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management and as associate editor of the journal, Archives of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology.