Year : 1987
Graduated UTC Geology 1987
Name : Joe Eaker
Completed my MS at CWRU in Hydrogeology in 1990. I have been working for the New Jersey Department of Environmenta Protection (NJDEP) since 1989 as a hydrogeologist. I am currently a supervisor in the Site Remediation Program (http://www.state.nj.us/dep/srp/bust/)of the NJDEP where I work with the remediation of leaking underground storage tanks. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Scott Morie, P.G. (reported 9/28/2001)
Name: Scott Morie, P.G. (ASBOG certified Professional Geologist)
Home Address: 439 Forest Hills Drive, Kingsport, Tennessee 37663 Work Address: Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc.., 1205 Banner Hill Road, Erwin, Tennessee 37650 Phone: (423)239-0898 Home; (423)743-9141 ext.. 1439 Work Email: email@example.com
Home; firstname.lastname@example.org Work Year graduated: 1987 Degree: B.S. Geology Current Position: Environmental Scientist - Practicing hydrogeologist in charge of the groundwater, hydrogeology, and groundwater remediation program at NFS as well as the HSWA program . Also over the environmental data management system for organization of data and integration to Intergraph (a graphics interface) for contouring contaminant isopleths, potentiometric surfaces, and geologic cross sections. Most recent interesting projects have been groundwater flow and solute transport modeling using Modflow and MT3D and a pilot test for enhanced anaerobic bioremediation of dissolved tetrachloroethylene (PCE), PCE daughter products, tributyl phosphate, and reductive precipitation for remediation of dissolved uranium in groundwater. The pilot test was a huge success and can be reviewed on the EPA web site - The Region 4 RCRA Success Story - See http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/hazwaste/ca/index.htm. The technology will be taken to the full scale level in 2002. Also the results from the pilot test were co-authored and presented at the Sixth International Symposium of In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation this past June in San Diego. I plan on writing a paper and giving a presentation of the rebound effect due to the disruption of the reduced oxidation reduction potential (ORP) and the pilot test extension activities to re-establish the anaerobic and low ORP reactive zone this May 2002 at The Third International Conference of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds in Monterey, CA. I married a North Carolina geologist named Margaret and have a daughter Erica who is 7 and a son Jerry who is 2 and spend most of my recreational hours with them. I am also interested and active through Friends of the Gray Site and the Kingsport Gem and Mineral Society (Rockhound Club). The Gray site is a huge Miocene deposit near my house that was discovered last summer in which a wide variety of vertebrate species have been found. This is exciting as just the surface has been touched and based on drilling activities the formation is approximately 150 ft thick. Additionally, there are not many Miocene vertebrate deposits in the world.
Name: Sandra Kinnaman, (revised: 8/2/2006)
BS, Geology, University of Tennessee at chattanooga, 1995
MS, Hydrogeology, University of South Florida, 2000
Current Employer: U.S. Geological Survey,
Florida Integrated Science Center.
12703 Research Parkway
Orlando, FL 32826
Sandra Kinnaman is a Hydrologist for the U. S. Geological Survey, Florida Integrated Science Center, Orlando, FL. She’s been with the USGS since 2000. During her time at the USGS she has been involved with an evapotranspiration study relating to the Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration in addition to authoring the semi-annual publication of the potentiometric surface map of the Upper Floridan Aquifer since September 2001. In 2003 she was tasked with overseeing the data collection and quality assurance of groundwater and rainfall data collected by the Hydrologic Records Section within the central Florida region. Prior to joining the USGS, Sandy worked as an environmental consultant.
Richard LawhornGraduation date: December 1999
Current Employer: Blasland, Bouck & Lee, Inc
Location: Kennesaw, Georgia 770-428-9009 x31
Job Title: Project Geologist
Brief work description: I have mainly worked with leaky USTs installing monitoring wells to delineate contaminant plume migration throughout the southeast. I have worked at several Superfund Sites monitoring pesticide migration and remediation efforts via funnel-and-gate systems. I have extensive experience in rock coring in fractured bedrock settings. I have performed aquifer analyses using Horslev methods, specific capacity methods, packer testing and Walton methods. I have been involved with borehole geophysical analyses in a fractured bedrock setting to determine LNAPL transport pathways. I co-authored a paper (LNAPL Transport in a Fractured and Faulted Bedrock Setting) which was presented at a National Ground Water Association conference in 2000. Most recently, I worked at a site in NW Georgia vertically delineating a PCB plume in the limestone member of the Floyd Shale.
Richard B. Lawhorn
Blasland, Bouck & Lee
975 Cobb Place Blvd. N.W. Suite 311
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144-7817
(770) 428-9009 ext:31
Name: Scott Howell
Is employed as a geologist at the ATC Associates, an environmental consulting firm in Memphis. The company is
Name: Lydia Boroughs
Attends Brown University. Lydia_boroughs@brown.edu