Ph.D., Geography, Rutgers University, 1986
M.C.R.P. Rutgers University, 1976
B.S., Urban Affairs, Boston University, 1973
Dr. Neuman has over 35 years of experience in environmental studies. Air quality experience for mobile and stationary sources of air pollutants includes experience with the MOBILE6.2, MOVES2010b, AERMOD, NonRoad, and CAL3QHC/R models. She has monitored and modeled noise levels and mitigation measures for mobile and stationary sources, using the TNM, CadnaA, and RCNM models. In addition, she has monitored and modeled aircraft and rail noise. She has also conducted approximately 100 Phase I ESAs. She has been an expert witness for air quality and noise analyses and has been a guest lecturer on community noise assessment at New York University. Prior to starting Sandstone, she worked at The Berger Group, Urbitran Associates, and Metcalf & Eddy of New York.
Ph.D., Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Rutgers University, 1974
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Rutgers University, 1971
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, 1969
Dr. Crossan has over 40 years’ experience in air and noise studies, Phase I ESAs, and environmental impact statements, wetlands delineation, and permitting in over 30 states and all five boroughs of NYC. His experience includes: noise monitoring, modeling (CadnaA, STAMINA and TNM), and mitigation design (e.g. barriers, site plan and/or equipment changes); air monitoring, modeling (AERMOD, CAL3QHCR), permitting and impact assessment; and management of comprehensive EISs. Noise assessments have included HVAC equipment, transportation, and construction impacts and mitigation. He has prepared Phase Is on more than 200 urban parcels for federal agencies. Dr. Crossan has critically reviewed more than 70 air and noise studies for: municipal planning boards; citizen groups; environmental groups; and federal agencies.