Jordan Carroll brings experience in chemical and environmental engineering focused on the characterization and behavior of mining-related metal contamination in water. She has implemented field data collection programs involving continuous and pulse tracer injections, sediment acidification, stream gauging, water level and discharge measurements, and water quality sampling. Jordan has performed geochemical and statistical evaluations of groundwater chemistry at mine and mill sites. She is proficient in using a variety of modeling codes (HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, MODFLOW, OTIS), GIS platforms (ArcGIS) and programming languages (Python and R).
MS, Environmental Engineering, University of Colorado, 2017
BS, Chemical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2014