Teal Richards-Dimitrie



Ms. Richards-Dimitrie is a member of the EnviroScience Natural Resources Division serving as a Herpetologist.  She is permitted by ODNR for listed turtle surveys, including for the Blanding’s Turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) and Spotted Turtle (Clemmys guttata).  As a herpetologist she has worked in many of the regions of the United States (Arizona, New Mexico, Illinois, Maryland, Florida, Massachusetts, and California).  Ms. Richards-Dimitrie has over nine years of reptile and amphibian field survey experience including visual encounter surveys, capture-mark-recapture techniques, radio telemetry, habitat identification and measurement, acoustic monitoring surveys, phlebotomy, and environmental-DNA collection.

Additionally, as a member of both private and state agencies in California, Ms. Richards-Dimitrie has gained experience in fisheries, specifically salmonids and pacific lamprey, including identification, life-cycle monitoring, capture-mark-recapture techniques, habitat-typing, channel classification, channel monitoring, electrofishing, and snorkel surveys.  Throughout her career she has employed a variety of quantitative skills as well as mapping techniques using GPS and ArcGIS products.

Contact TRichards-Dimitrie @ EnviroScienceInc.com