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Hire Dr. Matthew Berg
United States

Versatile scientist with a track record of award-winning communication and policy results in complex environments

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Services
Scientific consulting Technical consulting, Feasibility study
Scientific writing White paper, Grant proposal, Review article, Blog article, News article
Data science & analysis Complex data analysis
Academic research Internet research, Evidence-based answers, Secondary data compilation, Literature search
Work Experience

CEO & Principal Scientist

Simfero Consultants

2016 - Present

Science and Policy Director

SWC

January 2015 - July 2016

Research Fellow

Texas A&M University

November 2014 - June 2015

U.S. Department of Agriculture Leadership Development Program Fellow

Texas A&M University

September 2010 - May 2014

Water Resources Program Specialist

Texas AgriLife Extension Service

September 2006 - August 2010

Education

Ecosystems Science and Management/Hydrology

Texas A&M University, Texas, USA

September 2010 - May 2014

PhD (Ecosystem Science and Management)

Texas A&M University

September 2010 - May 2014

Master of Science (Rangeland Ecology and Management)

Texas A&M University

August 2003 - August 2006

Certifications
  • Certification details not provided.
Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Matthew D. Berg, Franco Marcantonio, Mead A. Allison, Jason McAlister, Bradford P. Wilcox, William E. Fox(2016). Contrasting watershed-scale trends in runoff and sediment yield complicate rangeland water resources planning . Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 20. (6). p. 2295--2307. Copernicus {GmbH}
Matthew D. Berg, Sorin C. Popescu, Bradford P. Wilcox, Jay P. Angerer, Edward C. Rhodes, Jason McAlister, William E. Fox(2016). Small farm ponds: overlooked features with important impacts on watershed sediment transport . JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 52. (1). p. 67--76. Wiley-Blackwell
Matthew D. Berg and Michael G. Sorice and Bradford P. Wilcox and Jay P. Angerer and Edward C. Rhodes and William E. Fox(2015). Demographic Changes Drive Woody Plant Cover Trends—An Example from the Great Plains . Rangeland Ecology & Management. 68. (4). p. 315 - 321.
OTHER
M. D. Berg, F. Marcantonio, M. A. Allison, J. McAlister, B. P. Wilcox, W. E. Fox(2016). Contrasting watershed-scale trends in runoff and sediment yield complicate rangeland water resources planning . Copernicus {GmbH}