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He has been employed in the groundwater industry for 38 years and is an NGWA-certified Master Groundwater Contractor, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation.
Battocletti is currently managing the GHPs RUS Project, a three-year effort to measure the costs and benefits of nationwide geothermal heat pump deployment.
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.
He is a coauthor of the Wiley book , second edition. His humanitarian engineering endeavors have lead him to Haiti, Honduras, El Salvador, Malawi, Zambia, Kenya, Ethiopia, and the Central African Republic —while serving as CEO of DO, resident director for the OSU service learning program, and advisor for the OSU student chapter of Engineers Without Borders.
Having started his engineering career at Battelle Memorial Institute, Bixler returned to OSU to complete his doctoral research in mechanical engineering.