Barbara Wagner

Barbara Wagner, Information Specialist, Senior Advisor
Mark Measer

Barbara Wagner specializes in locating technical and regulatory information related to environmental enforcement from computer databases and other sources. She has 12 years of experience as a research librarian for the US Environmental Protection Agency. Prior to coming to NEIC, Ms. Wagner provided technical information services for the U. S. Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Geological Survey.

From 2002 – 2011, Ms. Wagner served as the Library Manager for the U. S. EPA’s National Enforcement Investigations Center (NEIC) located in Denver, Colorado. NEIC is the premier, internationally- accredited environmental forensics laboratory specializing in the investigation of criminal and civil violations of environmental laws.

At NEIC, she provided technical information support for scientists, engineers and special agents with the EPA’s Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and Training (OCEFT). This included locating expert witnesses, verifying their credentials, searching science and technology literature, and providing background information on companies and individual facilities. Her experience also includes regulatory and case-related research for agency attorneys and investigators in the U. S. EPA Office of Civil Enforcement.

Given her extensive experience, Barbara provides a full-range of technical information services for clients of the Burnside Environmental Group.

B.A. in Biology, Minor in German, Heidelberg College
M.S. in Library Science, Western Reserve University
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Environmental Information, University of Denver

Professional Affiliations
Life Member of the Special Libraries Association (SLA)
Member of the Association of Independent Information Professionals
Colorado Council of Medical Librarians
Colorado Association of Law Libraries
National Association of Environmental Professionals
Rocky Mountain Association of Environmental Professionals