Emily Woolsey has a background in hydrology and geological engineering, with experience in the water resources, environmental, and mining industry. Her primary duties include environmental sampling, data analysis, groundwater modeling and technical reporting. Ms. Woolsey’s field experience includes soil and groundwater sampling, aquifer testing, stream flow compliance monitoring, landfill gas monitoring, core logging, temperature profiling, geologic mapping, and wetland restoration. Her data analysis and reporting experience includes analyzing lab data and model results, preparing hydrogeologic characterization and environmental remediation reports. She has worked for both state and municipal agencies as well as commercial industry, supporting projects involving water resource management strategies, groundwater monitoring, subsurface contaminant plume assessment, database management, hydrologic modeling, and mining reclamation.
MS, Hydrology, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 2017
BS, Geological Engineering, University of Mississippi, 2010