University of Newcastle, Australia (Global Centre for Environmental Remediation) PhD (in progress) Climate Change Influence on Remediation Design
Indiana University, Bloomington (MS Geology)
University of California, Los Angeles (BS Engineering Geology)
Remediation and Site Restoration
Water Resources Assessment and Vulnerability Studies
Expert Witness and Litigation Support
Policy and Regulatory Consulting
Scott D. Warner is a Principal Hydrogeologist and Regional Leader for BBJ’s California and Western US business. His 30-plus years of experience as a consulting hydrogeologist and subject matter expert in innovative groundwater remediation methods has included multi-discipline projects and clients including industrial manufacturers, mining and energy assets, agriculture and recreation sites, government and legal services. Scott has a particular expertise with passive and sustainable groundwater remedies having been a designer for several “first-in-the world” in situ systems and is a frequent speaker and lecturer to both national and international professional and academic audiences on this topic. He has also provided expert witness services for numerous cases both domestic and international.
For his free time you might find Scott hiking in the Sierra Nevada, playing his 12-string acoustic guitar or embarking on a long-distance bike ride for charity groups such as the San Francisco to Los Angeles AIDS ride (560 miles), or the Eureka to San Francisco Climate Ride (320 miles).