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    I am glad to be a Wikipedian and contribute to this fabulous global educational tool.

    My degrees are in the Earth & Space Sciences, Environmental Studies, and Geochemistry & Mineralogy.

    Fortunately, I have been able to put all of these degrees to good use in various careers over several decades:

    • As an environmental consultant, I managed the remediation of hundreds of thousands of tons of contaminated and hazardous soil (as well as groundwater) at dozens of sites for over 15 years.
    • As a journalist/editor, I published over 100 articles about minerals, mining, metals, and environmental management in Engineering & Mining Journal, EBJ's Environmental Consulting Manager, and on Internet sites.
    • Over the past 19 years, I have written extensively about copper. This work has been published in white papers, Internet and magazine articles, news synopses, and on Wikipedia.

    For fun, I enjoy volunteering at a large urban park and playing various sports and music.

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    You certainly deserve this award, for the very high quality new article Copper in health that you created and the other fine copper-related articles that you have already contributed! You are a great asset to the encyclopedia. Invertzoo (talk) 13:15, 21 October 2010 (UTC)

    Wow! Nice new article! I was very impressed with the Copper in architecture article! Well done! Invertzoo (talk) 01:45, 27 November 2012 (UTC)

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