Thomas Fredette earned his BSc in Marine Biology from Southeastern Massachusetts University (now UMass-North Dartmouth) in 1977, and a MSc and PhD in Marine Science from The College of William and Mary in 1980 and 1983, respectively. In 1986, he joined the USACE as Programme Manager for DAMOS (Disposal Area Monitoring System). Since 2009 he is a Research Biologist for the US Army Engineer R&D Center. He has represented the US at the London Convention Scientific Group since 2001
Articles By Thomas Fredette
When you think out of the box, science and engineering can lead to practical solutions for both the protection of nature and sustainable economic developments.