Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948. Master of Science, Harvard University, 1950. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1955.
Engineer United States Bureau Reclamation, Riverton, Wyoming, 1948. Field engineer Rockland Light & Power Company, Nyack, New York, 1949—1950. Consultant Howard M. Turner, Boston, 1955.
Section chief International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 1960—1961. Chief radioactive waste disposal research section Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1956—1966. Professor environmental engineering Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 1967—1989, distinguished professor environmental and water resources engineering, since 1989, Alexander Heard Distinguished professor, 1988.
Westinghouse Savannah River Distinguished Science professor Clemson (South Carolina) University, 1991—1996, emininent scientist professor, since 1997. Harvie Branscomb Distinguished professor, 1994—1995. Senior researcher Beijer Institute, 1983—1987, International Institute Applied Systems Analysis, since 1995.
Chairman board radioactive waste management National Academy of Sciences, 1985—1991. Commissioner Monitored Retrievable Storage Review Commission, 1988—1989. With United States Army, 1943-1946.
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Member Portuguese; member Nashville Appeals Board, 1979-1988. Member Jewish Community Rels. Council, Nashville, 1981-1987.
With United States Army, 1943-1946.
Member National Academy of Engineering, Society Risk Analysis, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Nuclear Society, American Geophysical Union, Health Physics Society, National Council Radiation Protection and Measurements (consociate).
Married Elaine Marilyn Goldman, August 22, 1954. Children: Nina Madeline, Aaron Bennet, Stephan Alexander, David Seth.