Thomas Jabusch is an environmental scientist specializing in (1) water quality and environmental chemistry, (2) program development and planning, and (3) information and data synthesis. His interests are broadly related to the assessment and restoration of aquatic resources and making science useful and accessible to decision-makers and the public. Most of his current work focuses on the planning and implementation of a regional monitoring program for water quality in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Delta RMP). He was a Sea Grant Fellow at the Great Lakes Commission in Ann Arbor, MI, where he gained experience in water resources policy and strategic planning. Previous experience also includes postgraduate and graduate research related to pesticide fate, PCB bioaccumulation, and trace metal uptake and toxicity in phytoplankton.