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The Science Advisory Board will, at the Commissioner's request, provide independent peer review and advice on scientific and technical issues relevant to the DEP's mission.

The Board will deliver its findings and recommendations to the Commissioner through the DEP's Division of Science and Research, which also will serve as the liaison with the Commissioner, DEP staff and the public.

Four standing committees will report to the Science Advisory Board:

  • Climate and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Ecological Processes
  • Public Health
  • Water Quality and Quantity

Interested in serving on the Science Advisory Board?

Response to Charge Questions

bullet Peer Review-CHANJ (Connecting Habitat Across New Jersey) Initiative-June 2019

bullet Report on Recycled Asphalt Pavement (RAP) commonly known as asphalt millings-March 2019

bullet Report on Impacts of Dredging and Dredged Material Management on Coastal Ecosystems- June 2017

bullet Report on Long-term Effects of Eutrophication- June 2017

bullet Report on the Role of "Omics" and use for Human Health Risk Assessment- May 2017

bullet Report of Development of Human Health Risk Assessment Documents- March 2017

Related Documents:
bulletGuidance for the Development of Human Health Risk Assessment Documents-December 2017
bulletReview of Options for Peer Review of DSREH Human Health Risk Assessments- October 2017

bullet Report of the Marine Dissolved Oxygen Work Group

bullet Evaluation of Acrylamide Monomer - April 2017

bullet Re-use and Disposal of Hatchery Fish Diseased by Furunculosis - April 2017

bullet Water Quality Data Evaluation and Interpretation - January 2016

bullet Climate and Atmospheric Sciences - January 2016

bullet Human Health Impacts of Microplastics & Nanoplastics - December 2015

bullet Management of Waste Wallboard - November 2015

bullet NJ Ocean Acidification - September 2015

bullet NJ Human Biomonitoring - March 2015

bullet Bayesian Inference: Application to Environmental Management and Decision-Making- Final Report - April 2014

bullet Assessment of the Median Nitrate Concentration model for the New Jersey Highlands in Subwatersheds and Land Use Capability Zones - August 2014

bullet Air Toxics - September 2013

bullet Perimeter Air Monitoring - November 2013

bullet Nutrient Issues - September 2013

bullet Contaminants of Emerging Concern - Final Report

-Executive Summary
-Full Report
- Appendix

bullet Critical Habitat for Flora & Fauna in NJ - Revisiting the Definition - Final Report

-Executive Summary
-Full Report

bullet Development of Health-Based Acute Criteria-February 2012

bullet Impact to Ground Water Soil Remediation Standards Guidance - October 2011

bullet What is the most effective way to determine the improvement in ambient air quality from requiring non-road diesel construction equipment to install retrofit technology and how do we quantify the health benefit to the worker and surrounding population (community) from requiring said retrofits? - Summary Report - February 2012

bullet Nitrate Dilution Model Summary Report - May 2011

Division of Science and Research
Dr. Gary A. Buchanan, Director

Phone: (609) 984-6070
Fax: (609) 292-7340