Stephen Lehmann is Scientific Support Coordinator, Office of Response & Restoration, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.
Mr. Lehmann has the served as the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) for the New England region since 1990, proving training, contingency planning support and coordinating scientific advice to the US Coast Guard, state agencies and others.
He has acted as the SSC for every notable marine pollution emergency in the region during that time. In addition, Mr. Lehmann has provided on-scene support on every coast in the United States and many international coasts. Of these, he provided scientific support to a variety of incidents involving submerged or sunken oils, including: T/B Morris J Berman, T/V Provence, T/B DBL-152, T/V ATHOS 1, T/B MM-53. Mr. Lehmann is the NOAA representative to Regional Response Teams for regions 1, 5 and 7, the Joint US/Canada Response Team and is the chairman of the National Response Team’s Science and Technology Committee.