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Thomas Butler is a Life Scientist working for the Environmental Protection Agency within the Chesapeake Bay Program office. He received a bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources Management from Cornell University and a master’s degree from the University of Maryland, where he studied numerical modeling and estuarine science. His research experiences consist of both hands-on and synthetic data utilization, using numerical modeling as a primary tools for understanding the interactions between humans and their environment. Thomas grew up on a dairy farm and has a passion for educating the public on the science of water quality.