Dr. Andrew Stoddard
Environmental Engineering and Science
Dr. Andy Stoddard is based near Leesburg, Virginia where he has been employed since 2002 as a Principal Environmental Engineer with Dynamic Solutions, LLC. Prior to his employment with Dynamic Solutions, he worked in Northern Virginia for Tetra Tech, Inc. and Science Applications International Corporation. After completing his master’s degree in 1970, he worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Chicago where he developed one of the first water quality models to be used to evaluate the effectiveness of technology-based effluent controls mandated by the Clean Water Act (CWA).
He is a nationally recognized expert for watershed, hydrodynamic, nutrients, eutrophication, oxygen depletion, and aquatic ecosystem models of rivers, lakes/reservoirs, estuaries, and coastal waters. He has expertise with EPA-supported public domain models including QUAL2K, BASINS/HSPF, WASP7, and EFDC and he has used these models for a range of CWA-related assessments including watershed-based policy evaluations, compliance with water quality targets, and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) studies.
His contributions to the field include national and international conference presentations, service as a peer reviewer for journals, publication of peer-reviewed journal articles, and book chapters. His contributions to peer-reviewed book chapters include: "Oceanic Processes in Marine Pollution, Volume 5: Urban wastes in coastal marine environments" [New York Bight] (1988); "Coastal and Estuarine studies, Novel Phytoplankton Blooms: Causes and Impacts of Recurrent Brown tides and other Unusual Blooms" [Peconic Estuary] (1989) and "The Hudson River Estuary" (2006). Dr. Stoddard is the principal co-author of a peer-reviewed book documenting successes of the Clean Water Act "Municipal Wastewater Treatment: Evaluating Improvements in National Water Quality"; the book was published in 2002 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. The CWA book earned recognition from EPA's Office of Water as being “the first national-scale study to provide a rigorous evaluation of the effectiveness of the effluent regulation policies in achieving the ‘fishable and swimmable’ goals of the CWA.”
He began teaching in the graduate program of Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering in 2003 as a co-instructor for Modeling Contaminant Migration through Multi-Media Systems. In 2007, he began teaching Environmental Monitoring and Sampling and in 2015 began co-teaching the monitoring course. Both courses have been offered online since 2014-2015.
- B.CE Civil Engineeering, Manhattan College
- M.EE Environmental Engineering & Science, Manhattan College
- Ph.D. Environmental Engineering & Science, University of Washington
PublicationsXia, Meng, Craig, P.M., Schaeffer, B., Stoddard, A., Liu, Z., Peng, M., Zhang, H., Wallen, C.M., Bailey, N. and Mandrup-Poulsen, J. 2010, The Influence of Physical Forcing on Bottom-Water Dissolved Oxygen within the Calooshatchee Estuary, FL., Jour. Environmental Engineering Vol. 136, No. 10, pp. 1032-1044.
Xia, Meng, Craig, P.M., Wallen, C.M., and Stoddard, A. 2009, Numerical Simulation of Salinity and Dissolved Oxygen at Perdido Bay and Adjacent Coastal Ocean, Jour. of Coastal Res., Volume 27, Issue 1: pp. 73 – 86.
Brosnan, T., A. Stoddard, L. Hetling. 2006. Sewage Inputs and Impacts: Past and Present. In: J. Levinton and J.R. Waldman (eds.) The Hudson River Estuary, Chapter 23, pp 335-348, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY.
Imhoff, J.C., J. Clough, R.A. Park, A. Stoddard and E. Hayter. 2005. Comparison of Chemical Bioaccumulation Models to Assist in Model Selection for Ecological Assessments and TMDL Development. In: Moglen, G.E. (ed.). Watershed Management 2005- Managing Watersheds for Human and Natural Impacts: Engineering, Ecological and Economic Challenges, Proceedings of 2005 Watershed Management Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia, July 19-22, 2005. Amer. Society Civil Engineers, Reston, VA.
Slawecki, T., T. Bondelid and A. Stoddard .2004. Balancing Point Source and Agricultural Controls in the Mississippi River Basin. WEFTEC'04: Proceedings of the Water Env. Fed. 77th Annual Conference & Exposition, Vol. X, Surface Water Quality & Ecology: Watershed Nutrient Issues, New Orleans, LA , October 2-6, 2004.
Hetling, L., A. Stoddard, T. Brosnan, D. Hammerman and T.M. Norris .2003. Effect of water quality management efforts on wastewater loadings during the past century. Water Environment Research 75(1):30-38.
Stoddard, A., J. B. Harcum, J.R. Pagenkopf, J. Simpson and R.K. Bastian .2002. Municipal wastewater treatment: evaluating improvements in national water quality. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY.
Tetra Tech, Inc. and Andrew Stoddard & Associates. 2000. Progress in Water Quality: An Evaluation of the National Investment in Municipal Wastewater Treatment. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Washington, DC, EPA-832-R-00-008.
Stoddard, A., J. B. Harcum, J.R. Pagenkopf, T. Bondelid, K.P. Lindstrom, B. Morrison, R.K. Bastian and V. Kibler. 1998. Progress in water quality: an evaluation of the environmental and economic benefits of the 1972 Clean Water Act. Proceedings: Watershed Management: Moving from Theory to Implementation, Watershed'98, Water Environment Federation, Denver, Colorado, May 3-6, pp. 81-88.
Harcum, J., Stoddard, A., J.R. Pagenkopf, R.K. Bastian and V. Kibler. 1997. What did the 1972 Clean water Act do for you: National and watershed-based environmental effectiveness of secondary treatment. WEFTEC'97: Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 70th Annual Conference & Exposition, Vol. 4 Surface Water Quality & Ecology, I & II, Chicago, Illinois, October 18-22, pp. 1-12.
Bondelid, T., V. Kibler, M.J. Kealy, M. Clark, R. Stein, and A. Stoddard. 1997. Progress in water quality: a national evaluation of wastewater infrastructure investment, water quality and economic benefits of the Clean Water Act. WEFTEC'97: Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 70th Annual Conference & Exposition, Vol. 4 Surface Water Quality & Ecology, I & II, Chicago, Illinois, October 18-22, pp. 13-22.
Stoddard, A., J.R. Pagenkopf, W. Lung, B. Morrison and R.K. Bastian. 1997. Progress in water quality and economic benefits: Case study of the Upper Mississippi River. WEFTEC'97: Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 70th Annual Conference & Exposition, Vol. 4 Surface Water Quality & Ecology, I & II, Chicago, Illinois, October 18-22, pp. 23-34.
Stoddard, A., J.R. Pagenkopf, J.J. Fitzpatrick, B. Morrison and R.K. Bastian. 1997. Progress in water quality and economic benefits: Case study of the Upper Potomac Estuary. WEFTEC'97: Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 70th Annual Conference & Exposition, Vol. 4 Surface Water Quality & Ecology, I & II, Chicago, Illinois, October 18-22, pp. 35-46.
Stoddard, A., J.R. Pagenkopf, J. Harcum, J. Fitzpatrick, W. Lung, R. Bastian and V. Kibler. 1996. Environmental effectiveness of the secondary treatment requirement of the 1972 Clean Water Act: National and watershed-based perspectives. Proceedings, Watershed '96 National Conference on Watershed Management, Baltimore, Maryland, June 8-12, pp. 1053-1056.
Harcum, J., Stoddard, A., J.R. Pagenkopf, R. Bastian and V. Kibler. 1996. A Retrospective Assessment of the Water Quality Benefits of the 1972 Clean Water Act: National, Regional and Local Perspectives. EOS (Abstract), American Geophysical Union, 1996 Spring Meeting, Session H32D: "Environmental Cleanup Efforts: Are they working? If Not, Why Not?", Vol. 77 (17), April 23, 1996 Supplement, pp. S126.
Stoddard, A., J.R. Pagenkopf, J. Fitzpatrick, and R. Bastian. 1996. A Retrospective Assessment of the Water Quality Benefits of the 1972 Clean Water Act: Case Study of the Upper Potomac Estuary. EOS (abstract), American Geophysical Union, 1996 Spring Meeting, Session H32D: "Environmental Cleanup Efforts: Are they working? If Not, Why Not?", Vol. 77 (17), April 23, 1996 Supplement, pp. S126.
Lung, W., J. Pagenkopf, J. Harcum, M.Z. Moustafa, A. Stoddard, S. Choudhury, L. Shoemaker, S. Ellis, C. DeGasperi, and S. Popowitch, 1995. Technical Guidance Manual for Developing Total Maximum Daily Loads, Book II: Streams and Rivers. EPA 823-B-95-007, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Washington, DC.
Morton, M.R., A. Stoddard, and J. Pagenkopf. 1990. Eutrophication and nutrient enrichment in the Peconic Estuary, Long Island: Numerical model of historical conditions of the mid-1970s. In Proceedings of ASCE Estuarine and Coastal Transport Modeling Conference, November 1989, pp. 351-360.
Stoddard, A. 1990. Eutrophication and recurrent hypoxia in the New York Bight: A synthesis of historical data and a numerical model of the 1976 anoxic event. In Proceedings of ASCE Estuarine and Coastal Transport Modeling Conference, November 1989, pp. 361-370.
Stoddard, A., M.R. Morton, and J. Pagenkopf. 1990. Innovative approaches for pre-processing and post-processing for an eutrophication model of Peconic Bay, Long Island. In Proceedings of ASCE Estuarine and Coastal Transport Modeling Conference, November 1989, pp. 341-350.
Pagenkopf, J.R., M.R. Morton, A. Stoddard, and E. D. Santoro. 1989. Water quality monitoring and modeling for the Peconic Bay BTCAMP. In Coastal and estuarine studies, novel phytoplankton blooms: Causes and impacts of recurrent brown tides and other unusual blooms, ed. E.M. Cosper, Bricelji, and E.J. Carpenter, pp. 761-778. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany.
Stoddard, A. 1988. An innovative approach for the synthesis of large oceanographic data sets with pre-processing and post-processing of an ecosystem model of the New York Bight. In OCEANS' 88 Conference Record, IEEE and Mar.Tech.Soc., Washington, DC.
Stoddard, A., and J.J. Walsh. 1988. Modeling oxygen depletion in the New York Bight: The water quality impact of a potential increase of waste inputs. In Oceanic processes in marine pollution, Vol.5: Urban wastes in coastal marine environments, ed. D.A. Wolfe, pp. 91-102. Krieger Publishing Co., Malabar, FL.
Stoddard, A.,J.E. O'Reilly, T.E. Whitledge, T.C. Malone, and J.F. Hebard. 1986. Development and application of a compatible historical database for the analysis of water quality management issues in the New York Bight. In National Monitoring Strategies Symposium, Proc. of OCEANS '86 Conference, Vol. 3, ed. M.A. Champ and W.L. Pugh, pp. 1030-1035. Washington, DC, September 1986.
Stoddard, A., R. Wells, and K. Devonald. 1985. DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A DEEP-WATER OCEAN WASTE-DISPOSAL MODEL FOR DREDGED MATERIAL - YABUCOA HARBOR, PUERTO-RICO, Marine Technology Society Journal, 19(3): 26-39.
Stoddard, A., and J.J. Walsh. 1983. Mathematical model of oxygen depletion of the New York Bight: An analysis of physical, biological, and chemical factors in 1975 and 1976. In Proceedings of NOAA Marine Ecosystem Modeling Workshop, Frederick, MD, April 1982, ed. K. Turgeon. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, Environmental Data Information Service, Washington, DC.
Crevensten, D., and A. Stoddard. 1974. Water quality model of the Lower Fox River, Wisconsin. In Proceedings of 17th Conference on Great Lakes Research, IAGLR, pp. 501-513.
Honors and Awards
- Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, 5th through 8th editions (2000)
- Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) publication prize for physical sciences (1986)