Principal Hydrogeologist, Ph.D.
Dr. Stone is a geophysicist with more than 25 years of experience in applied hydrogeology and glaciology. He has experience in the application of numerical models to a variety of groundwater flow, contaminant fate and transport, and glaciologic problems.
His areas of expertise include the following: baseline hydrogeologic evaluations; the design and development of water-supply, dewatering, water-control, and water-disposal systems for both underground and open-pit mining operations and remediation projects; hydrogeologic assessments to support scoping, pre-feasibility, and feasibility studies; assessments/predictions of pore pressures in open-pit highwalls; water-resources studies for environmental impact analyses; numerical modeling of groundwater flow and chemical transport for water quantity/quality predictions; and assessments of glacier mass balance and sub-glacial water flow.
He specializes in mining hydrology, groundwater flow and transport modeling, geophysics, and glaciology.
Ph.D. (Geophysics), 1993
University of British Columbia, Canada
B.A. (Geology and Physics, magna cum laude), 1988
University of Colorado
American Geophysical Union
National Ground Water Association
Society for Mining Metallurgy and Exploration (SME)
International Glaciological Society