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Lauren Jennings is an Environmental Scientist with ChemTrack Alaska, Inc. She attended the University of Arkansas completing a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, specializing in Southwest Archaeology and continued her studies in the Geology Master’s program for Geomorphology with emphasis on Geophysical and Archaeological surveying. After leaving Arkansas, Lauren served as a Geophysicist in the oil and gas industry for three years in Houston. Texas was not her home however and a change of pace was needed. She entered the environmental industry, starting in New Mexico. With a combination of environmental experience over the past seven years in New Mexico and Alaska, her specialties have revolved around geology, cultural resources, and a wide range of regulatory compliance with construction, oil and gas, and mining.
During her time in Alaska, her experience started with per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances delineation studies on the North Slope and soil remediation and coastal erosion in Southwestern Alaska. With a growing need in the mining industry regarding environmental issues, Lauren started working with National and Alaska Pollution Discharge Elimination System regulations and permitting, cultural resource protection, hydrological surveys, and geochemical analysis of mine waste classification. Once gaining experience in the mining sector, she shifted her focus towards USACE and USAF projects. Many of these projects were located at Remote Radar sites and military installations and focused heavily on long-term monitoring, effects of PFAS on water quality, and data gap analysis for remediation and closure, and cultural resource monitoring.