Dot Lofstrom is a senior engineering geologist at the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), California Environmental Protection Agency. Her unit of eight geologists provides technical support for the investigation and remediation of contaminated sites, focusing on military bases, hazardous waste landfills and petrochemical plants.
She serves as the state engagement coordinator for Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (IRTC), a member of the ITRC Advisory Board and a member of ITRC’s Petroleum Vapor Intrusion Team, specifically focusing on the mitigation aspect of petroleum vapor intrusion.
Lofstrom is a co-author of DTSC’s Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Advisory, and a contributing author on DTSC’s Vapor Intrusion Guidance, Active Soil Gas Investigations Advisory and Vapor Intrusion Public Participation Advisory.
She received her bachelor’s degree in geology from Missouri State University and her master’s degree from University of Missouri-Columbia. She is a registered California Professional Geologist.