Daniel Lupton focuses his geoscientific skills on projects that involve water well siting, drilling and testing; water supply well field design; and modeling, geophysical log evaluation, and, hydrogeologic conceptualization to quantify the availability and sustainability of groundwater resources. As an experienced project manager, he develops cost estimates, schedules and monitors the progress of field operations, manages subcontractors, and facilitates communication with a variety of stakeholders on behalf of clients. He has managed water resource projects with budgets of up to $6 million and has installed water wells to a depth of over 4,500 feet. Daniel also plays an integral role in the development and application of regional-scale groundwater availability models and the assessment of brackish groundwater resources in support of long-term water resource planning and management in Texas. He brings specialized expertise in aquifer characterization and the interpretation of geophysical logs to define stratigraphy, lithology, structure, and water quality.