Richard Warren Gullick, American Environmental engineer, scientist. Achievements include research on adsorption, ozonation and diffusion processes and on the use of sorbents to retard organic contaminant transport through clay landfill liners and soil-bentonite slurry cut-off walls.
Gullick, Richard Warren was born on July 10, 1958 in Syracuse, New York, United States. Son of Herbert Durant and Shirley Vernon (Whittemore) Gullick.
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Michigan State University, 1980. Master of Science in Public Health in Environmental Management and Protection, University North Carolina, 1983. Postgraduate, University Michigan, since 1989.
Environmental chemist, O'Brien & Gere Engineers, Inc., Syracuse, 1983-1986;
environmental scientist, Wehran Engineering, Middletown, New York, 1987-1989;
research assistant department civil and environmental engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 1989.
Member American College of Surgeons (division analytical chemistry and environmental chemistry), Water Pollution Control Federation, American Water Works Association, Clay Mineral Society.