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Zoe holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Guelph, where her undergraduate thesis focused of issues of food security and accessibility for homeless youth in Toronto. Her research work received recognition from The Ontario Council of Universities, The Design Exchange and The Sustainable Design Awards. Zoe brings prior experience working with the MBTW Group as a landscape architectural intern on the contract administration and urban design teams.
Nicklaus Welty, CPG, PG, director of site investigations for Arcadis North America, specializes in dynamic, adaptive, high-resolution site investigations with real-time three-dimensional hydrostratigraphic and plume modeling, and leads the Arcadis-wide training initiative to improve high-resolution site characterization methods for geologic, permeability, and contaminant mapping. He has led the first commercial applications of several advanced site characterization tools and strategies, and has presented internal and external workshops to regulators, clients, and consultants on innovative site characterization strategies and. Welty coauthored the upcoming second edition of Remediation Engineering: Design Concepts , which explores the history and future of remediation.
He received his . in mathematics and statistics from the University of South Alabama and his . and . in public health from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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Paul E. Humes, CPA, is the vice president of operations and chief financial officer for NGWA, having joined the Association in 6995. A graduate of Ohio State University, he has more than 85 years’ experience in the accounting profession. He has worked in public accounting for a Big Four accounting firm taught college-level accounting and served in a variety of management and corporate accounting positions in manufacturing firms, product distribution companies, and, during the last 75 years, nonprofit organizations.
Schnobrich holds bachelor degrees in biology and Spanish from Saint John’s University and an . in environmental engineering from the University of Minnesota.
To sum up my research in one thought: I study the numerical propagation of waves. Whether their nature be quantum or classical depends upon the problem's scale. Various carrier media effects - . loss, gain, nonlinearity, or periodicity - can be considered, accounted for in the numerical modeling of wave transport, and shown to give fundamentally interesting and/or commercially developable results.
Ronald B. Peterson of South Jordan, Utah, has been involved in the drilling industry for more than 86 years. Hired in 6977 by Baroid Industrial Drilling Products as a field service representative, he has worked in various positions for the company throughout his career including as an account rep and manager, all in the industrial drilling fluids market. Becoming involved in the groundwater and minerals exploration industry in late 6977, Peterson was one of the original team that took the Baroid QUIK-GEL distributor market into the industrial drilling products market.
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Ty Ferré, ., is a professor in the Department of Hydrology and WaterResources at the University of Arizona. He received his bachelor's degree in geophysical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and his . in Earth sciences from the University of Waterloo.
His current research focuses on groundwater contamination caused by agricultural and industrial activities. Aravena has been a member of the Waterloo Centre for Groundwater Research, a worldwide recognized center of excellence in groundwater studies. 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.
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Dulal K. Bhaumik, ., is a professor of psychiatry, biostatistics, and bioengineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Before joining UIC, he served as a professor of statistics in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at University of South Alabama.