Andrew McQueen

Research Biologist, Environmental Laboratory, ERDC


Dr. McQueen serves on the Risk Integration Team where he focuses on risk assessment and management of dredged material and invasive species, understanding fate and effects of chemical, physical, and biological exposures, and investigating ways in which sustainable environmental, social, and economic benefits can be incorporated into navigation and port infrastructure projects.

Dr. McQueen has published in the areas of aquatic and sediment toxicology, passive water treatment technologies, harmful algal bloom mitigation, dredging effects on the environment, and environmental risk assessment and management. He is an active member of the Western Dredging Association (WEDA), the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), and the International Navigation Association (PIANC), where he is the Principle U.S. representative to the PIANC EnviCom Working Group 226 on assessing adverse effects of underwater sounds to aquatic biota.

Andrew McQueen

Podcast Appearances

The City of Boston is experiencing climate change and taking action to build urban resiliency through their Climate Ready Boston initiative. In Sea......
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Andrew McQueen


Join the first-ever USACE Engineering With Nature (EWN®) workshop focused on the application of additive manufacturing for nature-inspired infrastr......
Dr. Andrew McQueen, Margaret Kurth, and Stephanie Galaitsi from the ERDC Environmental Laboratory (EL), Environmental Risk Assessment Branch (EPR),......
Engineering With Nature co-hosted a multi-agency workshop on April 25, 2023. The workshop aimed to identify potential collaborators to implement Na......
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Andrew McQueen

Research Projects

This project leverages partner collaboration and incorporates the use of EWN® principles to increase climate resiliency and enhance biodiversity an......
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