Watershed Scientist Emily Mayer oversees the stream monitoring program efforts and organizes the citizen science volunteers, who assist in collecting data throughout the Raritan watershed. With 10 years of experience working in the lake management industry, Emily specializes in water quality analysis, invasive aquatic plant mapping, and large-scale project management of drinking water resources. Ms. Mayer holds a B.S. degree in Biology from Centenary University and a M.S. degree in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences from the University of Florida. Her graduate research focused on anglers’ perceptions of invasive species management in the Delaware and Raritan Canal.  Emily serves as Editor on the Board of Directors for NEAPMS (Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society) and is also an active member of NALMS (North American Lake Management Society), as well as NJIST (New Jersey Invasive Species Strike Team).

Contact Emily: 908-234-1852, ext. 315 or Email