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David S. Smith, PhD

Smith Aquatic Safety Service

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Aquatics Safety Expert Witness, Maritime Expert Witness Boating, Swimming, Drowning, Boating Accident Reconstruction, Boat Collisions, Diving, Jet Skis, Swimming Pools, Life Jackets, Dams, Jones Act, Hypothermia
Additional Information Retired as Commander, USCG after 25 years service. Chief of Boating Safety Division, Second USCTG District at retirement and a nationally known lecturer, aquatic safety/hypothermia author. Wrote "Water Rescue" as text for waterside emergency responders. Presented numerous accredited aquatic/boating safety/hypothermia seminars for fire/police/EMS personnel throughout North America. Have testified/been retained in hundreds of legal cases through last 35+ years. Numerous national and international awards/recognitions in boating and swimming safety. PhD dissertation on Improving Aquatic Safety Through Research and an Educational Based Model for Behavior Modification. have been retained in cases throughout US and Canada.

Fletcher D Shields, PhD

Doug Shields Engineering, LLC

University , Mississippi

Civil Engineering Expert Witness, Environmental Expert Witness erosion, sedimentation, flooding, stream restoration, river, hydrology, bank erosion, channel migration, levees, riparian zones, floodplains, environmental impacts, water quality, fish, hydraulic structures, dams, bank protection, weirs, culverts, floodplains, channels
Additional Information Doug Shields has 39 years of experience in water resources and environmental engineering, including 12 years for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and 22 years as a Research Hydraulic Engineer at the National Sedimentation Laboratory in Oxford, Mississippi. Dr. Shields’ research focuses on response of fluvial systems to human influences and development of environmental design criteria for all types of channel stabilization and modification projects, including stream bank erosion controls and management of riverine backwaters. He is a leading authority on stream and river restoration. Doug has authored or co-authored more than 300 technical publications and has completed consulting projects dealing with stream restoration, erosion protection of riparian cultural resources sites, stream bank erosion, geomorphic assessment, and local flooding.