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Terri Miley

Terri Miley

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352


Terri Miley is a mathematician in the Health Effects and Risk Sciences Division. She is currently involved as co-developer and analyst for several of the impact models for the System Assessment Capability. Ms. Miley has been involved in several high-profile modeling tasks such as the Columbia River Comprehensive Impact Assessment and the Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction projects. She also provides support to the Environmental Restoration Contractor checking cleanup verification calculation briefs, verifies conversion calculations for Nuclear Regulatory Commission Environmental Impact Statements, and develops and manages databases for several programs. Ms. Miley joined Battelle in 1987 as a Scientist in the Statistics Group.

Research Interests

  • Risk Assessment
  • Data Management
  • Data Analysis
  • Statistics

Education and Credentials

  • M.S. University of South Carolina, Mathematics, 1986
  • B.S. University of South Carolina, Mathematics, 1982

PNNL Publications




  • Scott M.J., C.A. Brandt, A.L. Bunn, D.W. Engel, P.W. Eslinger, T.B. Miley, and B.A. Napier, et al. 2005. "Modeling long-term risk to environmental and human systems at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation: Scope and findings from the initial model." Environmental Management 35, no. 1:84-98. PNNL-SA-37678.



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