John McDonald brings experience in soil and groundwater remediation under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). He specializes in groundwater sampling, water-level monitoring, groundwater sample representativeness, hydraulic gradient determinations by trend-surface analyses, flow dynamics in high transmissivity aquifers, barometric corrections by multiple regression/deconvolution, analyses of automated water-level data, hydrologic testing data analysis, and statistical analyses. His experience includes implementation of remedial actions, conceptual model development, multimedia/risk assessment modeling, groundwater sample data interpretation, water level data interpretation, and reporting. He also has experience in taking hydraulic head measurements, operating continuous water-level recording equipment, generating potentiometric surface maps, conducting hydrologic tests, collecting water samples, and generating contaminant plume maps.
BS, Geology, Eastern Washington University, 1993
AS, General Studies, Columbia Basin College, 1989
AAS, Computer Science, Columbia Basin College, 1985