Peter Schwartzman

Peter Schwartzman is a licensed hydrogeologist who has been involved in local hydrogeologic site assessments, regional groundwater resource evaluations, and coastal restoration projects for 33 years. He specializes in the intersection between water-resource management for water-supply development and the hydrologic consequences of land-use practices. His educational background in geology and hydrology is complemented by project experience in such areas as: characterization and computer modeling of groundwater flow systems; infiltration of stormwater, river water and reclaimed water; assessment of stream-aquifer interaction and saltwater intrusion; design/installation/reconditioning of water-supply and monitoring wells; subsurface hydraulic testing; and contaminant delineation. Mr. Schwartzman has developed a variety of regional and local groundwater flow models and is proficient in many computer applications to hydrogeology. He has co-instructed groundwater modeling courses and has contributed to the development of groundwater modeling software.

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