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Hali Steinmann, Staff Scientist


Hali Steinmann, M.S., is a staff scientist who recently received her master’s degree in Geology from Western Kentucky University. Her fields of practice include wetland delineation, hydrologic determinations, environmental monitoring and sampling, rare, threatened, and endangered species surveys, and geographic information systems (GIS) analyses. Ms. Steinmann expects to complete her certification as a licensed Professional Geologist in the year 2021. EMAIL


  • 2019- Present – Staff Scientist, BDY Environmental, Nashville, TN
  • September -December 2018 – Geoscientist in the Park, Americorps Stewards Program, Mammoth Cave National Park, KY
  • 2016-2018 – Cave Biological Inventory and Monitoring, Cumberland Piedmont Network, Mammoth Cave National Park, KY
  • May-August 2015 – Wastewater Ecology Research Assistant, Sewanee Utility District, Sewanee, TN


  • BS, University of the South, Ecology and Biodiversity with minor in Geology
  • MS, Western Kentucky University, Geoscience


  • Wetland Delineation and Management Training
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 Health and Safety Training (40 hours)
  • GIS
  • Fluorescent dye tracer testing
  • Cave survey and cartography