Principal Geochemist, M.S., P.G.
Mr. Hanna has more than 15 years of experience in the environmental application of geochemistry. He specializes in environmental and mining geochemistry, geochemical characterization, geochemical modeling, and environmental visualization.
His areas of expertise include the following: geochemical characterization and modeling of pit lakes, waste rock, and tailings and water management facilities; development of numerical models to evaluate solution mining, oxidation, pit-lake and waste-rock chemistry, contaminant degradation, and distribution and source identification; and three-dimensional analysis and visualization of complex environmental systems for litigation, cost allocation, and regulatory purposes.
M.S. (Earth Sciences), 2003
Montana State University
B.S. (Geology), 2000
Portland State University
International Mine Water Association
International Association of Geochemistry