Prior to starting Cambrian Environmental Dr. White served for 15 years as senior geologist, karst specialist, and project manager for one of the largest ecological consulting firms in the country. Dr. White specializes in the endangered Species Act and water quality regulations as they pertain to caves, springs and the Edwards Aquifer. He helps clients find the middle ground between the needs of natural resource protection and human population growth. Kemble's doctorate was in biospeleology, the study of cave ecology. His research has been published in Geology, one of the world's flagship peer-reviewed scientific journals. Two species have been named in his honor and he has discovered numerous new locations for rare and endangered species. Kemble is a licensed professional geoscientist and holds the applicable U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service permits for working with threatened and endangered karst species in the Austin San Antonio growth corridor.
Mr. Crawford has ten years experience with Edwards aquifer compliance issues. His specialties include managing the regulatory process when caves and other significant karst features are encountered during construction site excavation. He is also accomplished at the management and monitoring of springs and habitat for threatened and endangered Eurycea salamanders. This includes water quality and aqueous geochemistry studies. Craig is a licensed professional geoscientist and holds the applicable U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service permits for working with threatened and endangered karst species in central Texas.
Ms. Wall has five years of experience working with threatened species and three years of experience working with Eurycea salamanders in the Edwards aquifer system. Ms. Wall helped pioneer a mark-recapture study involving the Georgetown salamander, providing the first population estimates for the species as well as information on reproductive timing and movement (results published in Herpetological Conservation and Biology). Her specialties include salamander population monitoring, spring habitat management, and public outreach.