M.S. Engineering Science, University of the Pacific; B.S. Bioengineering, University of the Pacific
Jeremy is an environmental engineering consultant for PSE Healthy Energy. He is also a research associate at University of the Pacific and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Jeremy has over 5 years of experience with the Ecological Engineering Research Program at University of the Pacific researching water quality issues in California's Central Valley, the optimization of biogas operations in local wineries and dairy farms, and hydraulic fracturing in California. His current work focuses on the human health and environmental implications of chemical use in the oil and gas industry.
Stringfellow WT, Camarillo MK, Domen JK, Sandelin WL, Varadharajan C, Jordan PD, Reagan MT, Cooley H, Heberger MG, Birkholzer, JT. In Press. Identifying chemicals of concern in hydraulic fracturing fluids used for oil production. Environmental Pollution.
Camarillo MK, Domen JK, Stringfellow WT. 2016. Physical-chemical evaluation of hydraulic fracturing chemicals in the context of produced water treatment. Journal of Environmental Management 183: 164-174.
Stringfellow WT, Cooley H, Varadharajan C, Heberger M, Reagan MT, Domen JK, Sandelin W, Camarillo MK, Jordan PD, Donnelly K, Nicklisch SCT, Hamdoun A, Houseworth JE. 2015. Impacts of Well Stimulation on Water Resources. In: An Independent Scientific Assessment of Well Stimulation in California. California Council on Science and Technology, Sacramento, CA. Available at: http://ccst.us/publications/2015/160708-sb4-vol-II-2.pdf
Jain RK, Cui Z, Domen JK. 2015. Environmental Impact of Mining and Mineral Processing. Elsevier, Waltham, MA.
Stringfellow WT, Domen JK, Camarillo MK, Sandelin WL, Borglin S. 2014. Physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of compounds used in hydraulic fracturing. Journal of Hazardous Materials 275:37-54.