Krista S. Clauser –
As the President of Clauser Environmental, LLC, she is responsible for overall client satisfaction, quality assurance, educational outreach programs, and project management. Ms. Clauser received her bachelor’s degree in Special Education and Elementary Education from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and graduate level coursework in Education from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and Indiana Wesleyan University. She has experience as a Special Education Teacher at Schuylkill Intermediate Unit and a homeschool educator. Ms. Clauser has expertise in integrating environmental/outdoor curricula into a diversity of subjects and educational settings.
Aaron S. Clauser, PhD, CPESC –
At Clauser Environmental, LLC, he serves as the technical/production lead on scientific projects. Dr. Clauser earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology and Environmental Studies from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania and a doctorate in Environmental Science from Lehigh University. Dr. Clauser is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control. He served as an environmental regulator with the Berks and Schuylkill Conservation Districts where he performed at both the technician and managerial levels. Dr. Clauser consulted as a Senior Environmental Scientist and Project Manager for RETTEW Associates, Inc. He has given oral presentations at conferences held by the Ecological Society of America, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Coldwater Heritage Partnership, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, Delaware Riverkeeper, Pocono Comparative Lakes Program and Schuylkill and Berks Conservation Districts and has collaborated on an article published about Pacific Northwest amphibians in a peer-reviewed journal. Dr. Clauser has completed numerous training courses including DEP sponsored NPDES, Chapter 102 and 105 technical seminars, Applied Fluvial Geomorphology for Engineers (FGE) by Wildland Hydrology, Inc., and Environmentally Sensitive Maintenance of Dirt and Gravel Roads Training. Dr. Clauser served in the PA Air National Guard where he attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. His doctoral dissertation entitled “Zooplankton to Amphibians: Sensitivity to UVR in Temporary Pools” includes quantitative optical and organismal level models that are extended to landscape level variations in pool optical properties and population level sensitivity to Ultraviolet Radiation.