Ms. Molofsky is a professional geologist (P.G.) with GSI Environmental. She received an M.S. degree in Geochemistry from the University of Arizona and a B.A. degree in Geology from Washington University in St. Louis. Since joining GSI in 2009, she has been involved in research, numerous site investigations, and litigation support projects. Ms. Molofsky has conducted research on the nature, occurrence, and cost of oilfield remediation projects, water resource management issues associated with hydraulic fracturing, and the identification and quantification of sources of variability in groundwater monitoring. In addition, Ms. Molofsky has managed the development and operation of a portable GC/MS used to identify and quantify sources of CVOCs in vapor intrusion investigations in Montana and Utah. She has conducted groundwater and air sampling at chemical manufacturing plants, and commercial properties throughout the United States. Prior to joining GSI, Ms. Molofsky conducted research in the use of stable and radiogenic isotopes as tracers.