tional Research Council, where she works on studies including ground water cleanup alternatives, planning and remediation for irrigation-induced water quality problems, and in situ bioremediation. Ms. MacDonald holds a master's degree in environmental science in civil engineering from the University of Illinois. She earned a bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, in mathematics from Bryn Mawr College.
BETH C. LAMBERT is currently a Senior at Carleton College studying geology. She participated in Carleton's Term in Nepal Program where she studied Nepal's irrigation methods at the Department of Irrigation in Kathmandu, Nepal. Ms. Lambert was a Summer Intern at the National Research Council's WSTB. Her main responsibility at the WSTB was to provide technical support for the Committee on Wastewater Management for Coastal Urban Areas Panel on Sources.
SUSAN E. MURCOTT received a B.A. in English from Wellesley College and an S.B. and S.M. in environmental engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her research interest is in innovative wastewater treatment technologies, including chemically enhanced primary treatment and aerated biofilters. Ms. Murcott is the recipient of the 1990 MIT Sea Grant Dean A. Horn Award for excellence in marine research. She is a member of the Water Environment Federation and the American Society of Civil Engineers.