Scott is an Environmental Associate working in the
Environmental & Climate Sciences Department. He is a project engineer designing and
building systems necessary to support the various projects within the
department. His most recent work has been to
design, construct and implement data collections systems for BNL’s
meteorological network and the Long Island Solar Farm irradiance
- Dowling College, B.S., Natural Sciences and Mathematics with
- Suffolk County Community College, A.S., Science Technology
Awards, Honors and Memberships
- Spotlight Award for Ameriflux Tall Towers Experiment
- Spotlight Award for Laser Detection of PFT's
Areas of Interest
- Island effects on cloud formations
- Changing levels of surface solar radiation
- Remote sensing equipment
- BNL Employee, June 1994 to present
- OMP (Ocean Margin Program), 14-day cruises, March
94 and July 94: Around the clock sampling and testing of sea water.
- Summer 1996, CSP (Combined Sensor Program): a 4.5
week cruise in the tropical western Pacific where I was the sole BNL
representative operating the PRP (Portable Radiation Package)
prototype, in addition to spending 9 days doing side-by-side
comparison with similar instruments on Manus Island (PNG).
- July 1997: Sailed on the Kaiyo, a Japanese
research vessel, which sailed from Majuro to Palau operating the
next generation PRP and portable MET station.
- June 1999 through August 1999: I was on the RON
Brown during the NAURU99 experiment and was again BNL's sole
representative operating a PRP.
- July 1999, Hilo, HI: Calibrated three PRP's
(Portable Radiation Package) that were deployed during NAURU99. This
was done at the NOAA facility on Mauna Loa on the “Big” island of
- March 2004, August 2004: Urban Dispersion Program
(UDP). The lead for the deployment and operation of meteorological
equipment for the ground and rooftop stations, this included two
- May 2009, Aiken, Georgia: Ameriflux Tall Tower
Test. The lead BNL representative for the tracer release units for 2
consecutive night time tests.
- October 2008: Responsible for maintaining the BNL
meteorological instrument network.
- July 2012, NYC, New York: SSAFE Air Flow Study.
Responsible for two rooftop sonic anemometer installations in New
York City as well as the tracer release units for this program.
- August 2014, Manacapuru, Brazil: Traveled with 4
other BNL scientists to prepare remote aerosol sampling labs for the
- August 2016, Oliktok Point, Alaska: Led the team
for the installation of the AMF3 AOS. Responsible for the design,
system integration, installation and initial start-up of the AMF3
AOS, AOS03. (AOS -- Aerosol Observing System).
- November 2016, Lamont, Oklahoma: Designed,
integrated and installed the newest generation AOS. Led a team of
six mentors for the initial installation of the SGP AOS, AOS07.
Responsible for the installation, operations and the initial
start-up of the newest AOS.