Matthew Schley, PE, CERP Water Resources Engineer
Matt is a water resources engineer with over five years of experience in both urban and natural water resources projects including stream restoration, floodplain/wetland reconnection and restoration, watershed assessment, and stormwater management. He draws on his hybrid background in engineering and earth science to consider site conditions from every angle—the hydrologic, geomorphic, hydraulic, and physicochemical. At Stone, Matt works with partners throughout Vermont, New Hampshire, and New England to develop innovative ecosystem restoration and stormwater management designs that create ecological uplift and aid in compliance with TMDL and/or other pollution reduction goals. His current work includes a variety of stream restoration, dam removal, culvert replacement/aquatic organism passage, hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H) modeling, and site assessment projects.
Years of Experience 5
Years at Stone 1
M.S., Earth Science, 2015, Dartmouth College (Thesis: Controls on Upland River Channel Geometry)
B.S., Environmental Science, 2013, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Thesis: Impacts of Expanding Impervious Surface on Specific Conductance in Urbanizing Streams