With more than 25 years of experience in consulting hydrogeology, he has expertise in groundwater source development, aquifer storage and recovery, water rights consulting, groundwater modeling, regional hydrogeologic definition, and contaminant hydrogeology. Peter Bennett, PG, CHG, lead hydrogeologist and vice president of Haley & Aldrich Inc., has more than 18 years of experience with innovative site characterization and remediation projects.
Becker has worked on more than 60 major groundwater production wells, constructed numerous groundwater flow models, and written nearly 40 reports of examination for water rights applications. S Bell, a geophysicist with more than 35 years of experience in the application of airborne and ground geophysical methods applied to groundwater and mineral resource exploration, as well as subsurface environmental characterization, formed Aerobotic Geophysical Systems LLC in 2014. He has served as the project manager and technical lead for several Superfund sites in California and routinely assists his clients in reducing the costs and liabilities associated with old chemical releases.
Prior to joining BL&A, she helped obtain close to $100 million in U. government foreign assistance contracts for a nonprofit organization specializing in agricultural and agribusiness development.
Battocletti has a master's degree in Russian area studies from Georgetown University and she graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree in international relations from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Liz Battocletti is an associate principal with Bob Lawrence & Associates Inc. She has more than 14 years' experience in researching and analyzing geothermal applications including power generation, direct use, and heat pumps, both domestically and overseas.
Battocletti is currently managing the GHPs RUS Project, a three-year effort to measure the costs and benefits of nationwide geothermal heat pump deployment.
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.
Blute develops and leads a wide variety of water quality projects, notably including groundwater contamination treatment projects, technology testing for emerging inorganic and organic contaminants, distribution system water quality projects, and disinfection strategy evaluations. D., is a hydrogeologist with the soil and groundwater team of Shell’s Projects & Technology organization, where he works on projects and R&D for various Shell businesses. Bradley was the first researcher to describe the anaerobic oxidation of lightly chlorinated ethenes in groundwater, and surface water sediments. in physiological ecology from the University of Southern California and his M. in ecology/geochemistry from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Brodie-Brown has been employed at the Ontario Ministry of Environment in various capacities for the past eight years: regional hydrogeologist, waste site evaluator, senior contaminant hydrogeologist, and team lead — water resources science.
Prior to joining Shell in 2013, he worked for a number of consultancies and for a water R&D organization in The Netherlands and Australia. His current research interests include elucidating degradation pathways for chlorinated ethenes and examining the degradation potential for contaminants of emerging concern, such as pharmaceuticals and hormones in both groundwater and surface water systems. Since joining the MOE, she has been involved in various projects, such as: She provides expert advice and work on the development of environmental standards related to wells, geothermal systems, nutrient management, dead stock, and other issues.
He is chairman of the New Jersey State Well Drillers and Pump Installers Licensing and Examining Advisory Board.
Becker is a geology graduate of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick, a past president of NGWA and received the 2013 Robert Storm Award. Becker, PHg, LHg, PG, is the president of Robinson Noble Inc., a Tacoma, Washington, environmental and groundwater consulting firm founded in 1947.
in geology, specializing in hydrogeology, from Penn State University.