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Dale A. Stirling

Although Dale Stirling began his career as an historian for the Alaska Department of Natural Resources in 1980, with the passage of Superfund and similar laws and initiatives, he was deep into environmental consulting by 1987. With concurrent training in archival, library, and records management he’s forged a unique career as an historian working primarily in the sciences. Between 1987 and 1996 he worked at two prominent Seattle area environmental and geotechnical engineering firms and between 1998 and 2005 he was Senior Information Specialist at Intertox, Inc. in Seattle. Since starting his own sole-source consultancy in 2005, Stirling has worked with attorneys, engineers, epidemiologists, industrial hygienists, toxicologists, and other technical professionals on a host of projects ranging from the Trail Smelter case to investigations of formerly used commercial, industrial, and military sites.

Stirling’s experience is reflected in a substantial publishing record including the books Biomedical Organizations: A Worldwide Guide to Position Documents and A Bibliographic Guide to North American Industry: History, Health & Hazardous Waste. His peer-reviewed journal articles have appeared in Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Government Information Quarterly, International Journal of Toxicology Medical Reference Services Quarterly, The Public Historian, and Toxicological Sciences among others. He also contributes book reviews to a wide range of information, scientific, and technical journals. Lastly, he frequently reviews government grant applications as well as articles submitted to journals in the humanities, information sciences, and hard sciences.

 

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