Geology Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts - often engineers, scientists and surveyors - who analyze slope creep, slides, earthquake damage, fault studies, environmental contamination, and construction claims.
The listings below are all Geology expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsOrion Geomechanics LLC
Richard A. Schultz focuses on geomechanics in Subsurface Integrity. The author of 120 technical papers, books, and chapters, and several hundred professional abstracts and reports, he received his B.A. degree from Rutgers University, M.S. degree from Arizona State University, and Ph.D. degree from Purdue University. Dr. Schultz was an instructor of State oil and gas regulators with TopCorp and was appointed to membership on the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission. Formerly with ConocoPhillips as Principal Geomechanicist and the University of Nevada, Reno, as Foundation Professor of Geological Engineering and Geomechanics (now Emeritus), Dr. Schultz is a licensed Professional Geologist in the State of Texas (#11755). Primary work is on safety and reliability of Underground Natural Gas Storage facilities and oil-and-gas fields, including risk identification and mitigation, and regulator engagement. I have been retained in nationally prominent cases of natural gas related subsurface integrity and can opine in the areas of geology, geomechanics, and subsurface risking.
Pt. Richmond, CA
Professional Geologist estimates costs and performs soil and groundwater contamination assessment and remediation. Books written on hydraulic fracturing (fracking), oil spills, acid mine drainage, chromium and MTBE. Fulbright Scholar and licensed engineering contractor and driller. Interested in oil/gas field OSHA safety, spills and accidents.
James J. Connors & Associates, LLC
Dr. James J. Connors is a licensed professional geologist specializing in groundwater and surface-water issues. He has more than 35 years of experience, with award-winning bodies of work in both academia and the private sector. His projects have involved contaminant fate and transport; stormwater infiltration, runoff, and flooding; and sediment erosion and deposition. Dr. Connors has taught Hydrology and Hydrogeology at the university level; advised law firms, private individuals, engineering firms, and corporations; and acted as an expert in state and federal legal cases involving hydrological issues in Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia. Website: https://www.jamesjconnors.com; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (713) 714-6511; Cell: (251) 648-0610
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