Benjamin Douglass received his undergraduate degree in Geology at Clemson University in 2012. As an undergraduate he researched sediment transport on Twelve-Mile creek following the removal of upstream dams as part of a PCB remediation required by a Superfund action. He began his professional career as a field geologist for an environmental consulting company in Greenville, South Carolina. His work experience is in managing the sampling and field operations for phase II & III groundwater remediation.
Ben returned to Clemson University in the Fall of 2014 to pursue a masters degree in environmental engineering focusing on sustainable systems and environmental assessments. His interests include pollution prevention methods, life cycle assessments, and alternative energy technologies.
Honors & Awards:
- Carbajales-Dale, M. and Douglass, B. (2018) Human-Powered Electricity Generation as a Renewable Resource, Journal of Biophysical Economics & Resource Quality, 3(1), 3
- April 2012 Annual David S. Snipes/Clemson Hydrogeology Symposium, Clemson, South Carolina
- August 2012 GSA Annual meeting and Exposition. Geological Society of America, Charlotte, NC, USA