National Park Service
Areas of Expertise:Climate Change, Environment, Hydraulic Fracturing, Natural Gas, Oil, Water
Additional Areas of Expertise:
Groundwater Contamination risks from energy development
Education: Assoc. of Sci. in Haz. Mat. Technology, BS - WKU & MS - OSU Geology, Prof. Degree Hydrogeology - CSM
Work: 15 yrs. as Exploration Geologist, Shell Oil; Champlin Pet. Corp. Subsidiary of Union Pac. Corp.; and Mitchell Energy & Dev. Corp.; 7 yrs. as Geologist USACE Omaha Dist. conducting environmental site characterization, groundwater remediation projects and A-E contractor oversight at military installations, FUD sites and on EPA contracts. 15 yrs. as Hydrogeologist for National Park Service working service-wide on surface and groundwater contamination and water quality monitoring issues in support of National Parks for the Natural Resource Stewardship and Science Directorate.
Recent Comments by Peter Penoyer
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