DBS&A and our GLA affiliates understand that our clients provide essential services that are critical to protecting the environment, keeping drinking water safe, developing key infrastructure and managing waste and natural resources. We are here to help you during this unprecedented time. Like all of you, we have been following developments concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. […]
At the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) Water, Energy, and Policy in a Changing Climate conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, DBS&A Vice President / Principal Hydrogeologist, Tony Morgan, PG, CHG, participated in a panel discussion on Surface Water Availability and Impacts to Groundwater and presented on the climate change regime anticipated for Ventura County, California […]
Local news channel, KRQE, recently featured one important recharge project for conjunctive management of surface water and groundwater resources being implemented by the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority (Water Authority) using treated San Juan-Chama water imported from the Colorado River Basin and diverted from the Rio Grande. The project recharges potable water using one […]
DBS&A staff generously donated items and gift cards to an “adopted” family from PB&J Family Services as part of our ongoing efforts to support our local communities. PB&J’s mission is to help at-risk children to grow and develop to their full potential in nurturing families within a supportive community. DBS&A also supports PB&J’s mission through […]
DBS&A is pleased to announce that Dr. Douglas (Gus) Tolley has rejoined our team in northern California. Gus worked with DBS&A in California and New Mexico prior to returning to graduate school to earn his MS in Hydrology from New Mexico Tech and PhD in Hydrology from University of California-Davis. His dissertation title was “Assessment of […]
DBS&A welcomes Christopher Leibli, PG, PE, as Senior Geological Engineer to our new office in Midland, Texas. Chris possesses over 15 years of experience as a geologist and geological engineer, and has an in-depth understanding of the geology and regulatory environment of the Permian Basin. Chris will leverage DBS&A’s firm-wide expertise to address the environmental […]
On October 6, 2019, DBS&A Founder and Principal Hydrologist, Daniel B. Stephens, PHD, PG, PHG, was inducted as a member of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) at a ceremony in Washington, DC. This remarkable professional distinction honors those who have made outstanding contributions to engineering research, practice, or education. This honor is in recognition […]
Dr. Stephens and Todd Umstot Co-Author Recharge Article Hydrogeology Journal featured an article co-authored by DBS&A Founder and Principal Hydrologist, Daniel B. Stephens, PhD, PG, and Senior Hydrogeologist, Todd Umstot, entitled “Development and evaluation of the Maxey-Eakin recharge method.” Dr. Stephens and Mr. Umstot report on the popularity of the Maxey-Eakin method developed over 65 […]
DBS&A can provide technical support to GSAs and communities seeking Prop 68 grants to fund projects like planning and implementation of groundwater recharge using surface water, stormwater, or recycled water, and other conjunctive use projects, and developing projects to prevent or cleanup contamination of groundwater that serves as a source of drinking water.
Congratulations, Barbara Murphy—recipient of the American Geosciences Institute’s highest honor, the Ian Campbell Award!