Anthony Aufdenkampe, PHD, is a Senior Environmental Scientist with more than 20 years of experience synthesizing biogeochemical, hydrological, geomorphic and contaminant data, models and knowledge over watersheds and estuaries. He has applied these skills to water quality assessment, water quality criteria development, and biogeoscience basic research, and has authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications. In addition, Anthony has managed several large, open-source software development projects, including the WikiWatershed / Model My Watershed Web application for high-performance modeling and conservation decision support; the EnviroDIY system for low-cost, do-it-yourself environmental monitoring; and the Observations Data Model version 2 software system for cross-disciplinary data management and open-data interoperability. Anthony has extensive international experience in South America, Africa, Asia and Europe. He was formerly an Associate Research Scientist at the Stroud Water Research Center, where he oversaw the Organic and Isotope Geochemistry laboratory group. Anthony works at LimnoTech’s Central Regional Office in Oakdale, Minnesota.