Paul M. Santi

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Education


 
 

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Experience

Colorado School of Mines (August 2008 - present), Professor
Colorado School of Mines (August 2001 - July 2008), Associate Professor

Current research projects include: Recently taught courses include:

University of Missouri - Rolla (August 1995 - August 2001), Assistant Professor

Independent Consultant (August 1998 - present)

Conducted independent consulting for a variety of clients and projects, including:

Grant Environmental (August 1992 - April 1994), Project Geologist and Geoscience Department Manager

Project manager for an NPL investigation in Kansas, directed report and risk assessment preparation following field work.  Smaller projects included computer ground-water modeling for a Denver site, risk assessment for a Michigan site, and installation of multiple-cased wells through abandoned mining shafts in a Missouri site.

Dames & Moore (September 1988 - July 1992), Staff and Project Geologist

Project manager for an NPL investigation at Fort Ord, California.  Remedial investigation included sampling of soil, soil gas, and ground water, and involved assessment of three aquifers to depths of over 400 feet.  Work was conducted in response to EPA CERCLA requirements, and was also coordinated with California EPA, the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, and Monterey County.

Managed Preliminary Endangerment Assessments for four former manufactured gas plant sites.  Chemicals of concern included PAHs, PCBs, metals and hydrocarbons.

Managed review of 150 geologic and geotechnical documents submitted to Santa Cruz County in response to Loma Prieta Earthquake damage.  Provided Santa Cruz County with evaluations of each report and recommendations for further work.

Managed systematic evaluation of stability and permeability of 13 retention basins for a Bay Area refinery.  As part of an SPCC, this evaluation included field investigation, geotechnical laboratory testing and slope stability analysis.


 
 

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Abstracts, Presentations, and Reviews

Annual Meeting Abstracts with Programs.
 
 

Funded Research Projects


 
 

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Awards


 
 

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