"I think you're going to see some [surprises] behind the bar," Robert noted.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z David Alleman is an envir​onmental manager with ALL Consulting. Aravena has been a member of the Waterloo Centre for Groundwater Research, a worldwide recognized center of excellence in groundwater studies. in public health from the University of Illinois at Chicago. D., is a professor in the Department of Geological Sciences, Ohio State University, teaching water resources, hydrogeology, hydrogeologic field methods, and numerical modeling. Although Baird expected energy savings to be the big story, hydrogeology and groundwater microbiology became more important for long-term performance, and she is currently working with an NGWA committee in writing Hydrogeologic Guidelines for Large-Scale Geothermal Heat Pump Systems. Barcelona has served as a reviewer and consultant on a wide variety of groundwater- and hazardous waste-related cleanup efforts in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.

Clare and Benoit actually got engaged during the reunion special, which aired in late February.

Ashley and Kevin, on the other hand, recently announced their split.

Aryal is coauthor of , second edition, published by Wiley in 2009. She has master's degrees in environmental science and engineering, and sustainable design, and is working on her Ph. Most recently, Ballard has been spreading the word to small water districts on how routine well assessment and maintenance can improve operating efficiencies, reduce costs, and extend the life cycle of their water supply wells. in Tucson, Arizona, and has more than 20 years' experience in the environmental industry.

in geology, specializing in hydrogeology, from Penn State University.

Battocletti has a master's degree in Russian area studies from Georgetown University and she graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree in international relations from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Art Becker, MGWC, CPG, holds drilling licenses in 11 states.

He has a long history of environmental r​esearch related to energyproduction in the United States. Department of Energy, he was previously involved in many of the significant technical and regulatory environmental issues affecting industry during the last 20 years. His teaching involves isotope hydrology and geochemistry courses in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Waterloo and courses on isotope hydrology in Latin America, organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency. D., is an assistant professor of biostatistics at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth. Prior to Carnegie Mellon, Baird worked for several years in Washington, D. Ballard, PG, CHG, principal hydrogeologist at Taber Consultants, a groundwater resources, geotechnical, and environmental consulting firm with offices in West Sacramento, California, and Murfreesboro, Tennessee, is a registered professional geologist in California, Louisiana, and Tennessee, and a certified hydrogeologist in California. He's a member of the American Chemical Society, the American Geophysical Union, and NGWA.

Alleman's energy and environmental experience includes conventional oil and gas production, as well as water use and water treatment issues related to coal bed natural gas, shale gas, oil shale, processing, and coal. His research interests include development of statistical methods for environmental monitoring data, development of statistical methodology for mental health research, and hypothesis testing and sample size determination for hierarchical linear and nonlinear models. in mathematics and statistics from the University of South Alabama and his M. C., as an environmental health consultant for EPA and OSHA. He spent time in the mining, and oil and gas industries before transitioning to groundwater and environmental consulting where he has a successful track record of innovative approaches to environmental site assessments and groundwater development. in geology from the University of Montana and an M. Barcelona has received a number of awards throughout the United States. Barden is senior hydrogeologist with Hydro Geo Chem Inc.

In addition to teaching for NGWA, Barden is also an instructor for numerous training courses​. He has published numerous reports and papers in the hydrologic sciences during his 30-year career with the USGS, including a 2012 report with Stanley Leake on (U. Leake, was corecipient of the 2014 NGWA John Hem Award for Excellence in Science & Engineering. D in environmental engineering from the University of Connecticut.