Dr. Albert  Kirk Smith

Dr. Albert Kirk Smith

Adjunct Professor
Northern Virginia Community College, USA


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Public Policy from George Mason University, USA

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Biography

Dr. Albert Kirk Smith is currently working as Adjunct Professor at Northern Virginia Community College, USA. He has completed his Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Public Policy from George Mason University, USA. He also appointed as Adjunct Professor at Trinity College, Aquatic Ecologist at Washington Department of Ecology. He is member of American Fisheries Society, life member of Trout Unlimited, member of American Chemical Society, George Mason University Faculty Affiliate, Virginia Tech Wildlife Society, Ecological Society, North American Lake Management Society, Thurston County Lake Improvement Association, and Washington Lake Protection Association. Dr. Albert received honors includes Nominated for Teacher of the Year, Selected for the 2006 Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, and Professional Learning Community Lead for Physics. He has 2 publications in journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Earth Science and Geography
100%
Ecological Indicators
62%
Sustainability
90%
Water Quality
75%
Water Ecology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Smith, A.K. and D. Sklarew, 2013. A mid atlantic brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) stream sustainability statistic for rating non-tidal streams. Sustainability Water Qual. Ecol., 1: 68-81.
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  2. Smith, A.K. and D. Sklarew, 2012. A stream suitability index for brook trout (Savelinus fontinalis) in the mid-atlantic United States of America. Ecol. Indic., 23: 242-249.
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