Todd A. Crandall, M.En., is a senior wetlands scientist with 18 years of experience performing wetlands delineations across the Midwest. Mr. Crandall also performs ecological surveys, vegetation cover mapping, plant identification, and Section 401/404 and isolated wetlands permitting. He also contributes to the planning and design of restoration wetlands and prepares wetland mitigation reports. Mr. Crandall is responsible for vegetation monitoring at numerous wetlands mitigation sites throughout Ohio. He has completed large-scale wetlands inventories for the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, as well as Cuyahoga, Medina, Portage, and Summit Counties in Ohio. He is certified for wetlands studies by the U. S. Army Wetlands Delineator Certification Program, and is a certified Professional Wetland Scientist through the Society of Wetland Scientists. He has completed the 40-hour OSHA health and safety training (OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.120). Mr. Crandall has also completed training through the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for the following: Headwater Habitat Evaluation Index (HHEI); Qualitative Habitat Evaluation Index (QHEI); Ohio Rapid Assessment Method (ORAM) v.5; and Vegetation Index of Biotic Integrity (VIBI). He holds a Bachelor's degree from Hiram College in biology and a Master's degree in environmental science from Miami University.