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He is also and a peer reviewer for the NGWA journal,®. Bell, PE, a senior engineer and the lead expert on 1,4-Dioxane for Arcadis, has nearly 10 years of consulting experience. Throughout his career, Bennett has played a major role in designing, testing, and implementing new approaches for cost-effective groundwater remediation. D., teaches technical writing and argumentation courses at the University of Denver, where he is a lecturer in the writing program. Libby Bernick, PE, senior vice president of North America for Turcost, a London-based research firm that measures and financially values natural capital and business risks, has worked with businesses for more than 25 years to incorporate environmental data intotheir decision-making. He has worked at the University of Calgary since 1999, where he directs water projects in Latin America and conducts research on rural water supply and sanitation. D., is a professor of psychiatry, biostatistics, and bioengineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
A remediation engineer who focuses on subsurface treatment of soil and groundwater using in situ techniques, she specifically focuses on in situ bioremediation applications for a variety of chemicals of concern, including emerging contaminants. She's held executive positions developing products and programs that enable companies to measure resource and commodity risks in portfolios and supply chains across North America, Europe, and Asia. Bethune has worked in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Bolivia, Malawi, and Ghana on hydrogeology, water resource management, urban/rural water supply, water contamination studies, and rural sanitation projects. Before joining UIC, he served as a professor of statistics in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at University of South Alabama. D., vice president of technology with REGENESIS, holds his doctorate in bioremediation and has 25 years’ professional experience in the remediation sector.
His research has been funded by the National Institute of Mental Health. Bixler discovered this life calling after a mission trip to Central Asia in 2006 where he witnessed extreme poverty for the first time and knew he could help people through creative problem-solving.He plays a prominent role in ASR projects involving both injection wells and land spreading recharge methods, and currently is the lead hydrogeologist for the OASIS program — an ASR project with the goal of annually injecting and recovering 30,000 acre-feet of potable water from a single wellfield. This Colorado company specializes in providing UAS data acquisition services for resource exploration and environmental site characterization. Much of his practicalexperience includes work at sites with commingled (multisource) plumes,vapor intrusion concerns, and property development. in civil (environmental) engineering from the University of Delaware.A registered professional geologist in Idaho and California and a licensed hydrogeologist in Washington, Becker holds a bachelor's degree in geology from the University of Washington and a master's degree in geology from the Texas A&M University, where he was a member of the Center for Tectonophysics. Bennett has implemented low cost in situ remediation programs at several sites as alternatives to groundwater extraction. in English language and rhetoric from the University of Washington. David Bethune has 28 years of hydrogeology experience in Canada and internationally.A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z David Alleman is an environmental manager with ALL Consulting. Aravena has been a member of the Waterloo Centre for Groundwater Research, a worldwide recognized center of excellence in groundwater studies. in public health from the University of Illinois at Chicago. D., is a professor in the Department of Geological Sciences, Ohio State University, teaching water resources, hydrogeology, hydrogeologic field methods, and numerical modeling. Although Baird expected energy savings to be the big story, hydrogeology and groundwater microbiology became more important for long-term performance, and she is currently working with an NGWA committee in writing Hydrogeologic Guidelines for Large-Scale Geothermal Heat Pump Systems. Barcelona has served as a reviewer and consultant on a wide variety of groundwater- and hazardous waste-related cleanup efforts in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.He has a long history of environmental research related to energyproduction in the United States. Department of Energy, he was previously involved in many of the significant technical and regulatory environmental issues affecting industry during the last 20 years. His teaching involves isotope hydrology and geochemistry courses in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Waterloo and courses on isotope hydrology in Latin America, organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency. D., is an assistant professor of biostatistics at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth. Prior to Carnegie Mellon, Baird worked for several years in Washington, D. Ballard, PG, CHG, principal hydrogeologist at Taber Consultants, a groundwater resources, geotechnical, and environmental consulting firm with offices in West Sacramento, California, and Murfreesboro, Tennessee, is a registered professional geologist in California, Louisiana, and Tennessee, and a certified hydrogeologist in California. He's a member of the American Chemical Society, the American Geophysical Union, and NGWA.