Brian E. Lawhead, M.S. Senior Scientist

  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Wildlife Biology

Brian Lawhead manages ABR’s Environmental Impact Assessment Program and has extensive experience in NEPA documentation (environmental assessments and impact statements) and managing multidisciplinary teams for impact assessments.

His research background includes multiyear studies of caribou and foxes in northern Alaska, studies of seabirds and marine mammals in southcentral and western, wolves in the Nelchina Basin, black bears in Prince William Sound, and bird migration in the Tanana, Susitna, and Copper river basins.

His NEPA experience has included petroleum development projects, road corridors, mine prospects, management of public lands, and military training.

ABR's triple bottom line: "Environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and economic viability"