Mr. Jacobson is a project hydrogeologist with five years of consulting experience working on a variety of environmental projects involving mining, oil and gas, industrial, and municipal clients.

He has been involved in completing a variety of tasks for multiple groundwater related projects, such as design and construction of groundwater flow and fate and transport models, geographic information systems (GIS), site conceptual modeling, evaluation of field generated data including water quality/quantity and aquifer characteristics, statistical and geostatistical analysis of environmental data, field work including groundwater/surface water sampling and aquifer testing, and preparing technical documentation and presenting completed work.

Mr. Jacobson has a strong background in numerical groundwater modeling. He has used modeling to assess solute transport times, aid in capture zone and monitoring well location analysis, and as a predictive tool for groundwater contamination and remedial design evaluation.

Mr. Jacobson is also part of NewFields research and development group that focuses on new technology for the environmental industry. He is involved with various projects including data management systems, robotics including unmanned aerial and boat vehicles, web and mobile application development, statistics and geostatistics, and digital communication.

Mr. Jacobson holds the following degrees: M.B.A, M.S in Hydrogeology, and a B.S. in Geological Engineering.

Ms. Wurzel has a unique combination of more than 35 years of field, technical, regulatory and strategic consulting experience. She has coordinated and managed large cross-disciplinary consulting work that includes risk assessment, geographic information systems (GIS), geostatistics, decision analysis, toxicology, air toxics, forensic chemistry, and general Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), and Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) consulting. Creator of the industry-leading NewFields data communication product, she has also pioneered the use of Macromedia® Flash technology for technical communication in environmental consulting. Ms. Wurzel has a B.S. in environmental health and an M.P.H. in toxicology.

Mr. Delwiche is a Marine Scientist and GIS Analyst in Edmonds, Washington. He has a graduate and professional background with over 15 years of experience in marine science including oceanographic data collection, remote sensing and image interpretation, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and spatial analysis for marine science. His expertise includes the deployment and operation of a wide variety of technical equipment, including water quality monitoring instruments, water column sampling equipment, and sediment coring devices. He has had extensive experience collecting marine water and sediment samples, and performing laboratory analyses of these samples for multiple parameters.

As a GIS Analyst Mr. Delwiche’s primary responsibilities with NewFields include GIS data management, cartography, spatial analysis, scientific writing, data analysis and field support for various biological and physical sampling operations. He has contributed to the design of research projects, and the preparation of project reports.

Prior to working for NewFields Leon worked as an Marine Scientist and GIS technician in the Marine and Environmental Sciences Division of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) in Bothell, Washington. His other experience includes technical and teaching support as a graduate student for oceanographic research with the University of Washington. As a teaching assistant he provided support to students interested in GIS and ocean research. He also provided support for research conducting chemical, physical and biological surveys of Clayoquot Sound and Nootka Sound on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Additionally, he spent 4 years stationed overseas in Japan serving as a Radio Communications Specialist for the United States Navy. He holds a M.S degree in Oceanography.

Ms. Wallace has 20 years of experience with environmental liability litigation, management of historically contaminated sites, regulatory compliance of water systems, environmental database construction and management, and the visualization and analysis of environmental data using geographic information systems (GIS), 3D visualization, and animation. Ms. Wallace is a problem solver and enjoys both big-picture management and detail-oriented work. She specializes in the consolidation of disorganized datasets into easy-to-use, consistent and reliable databases.

Ms. Hall specializes in scientific research, historical environmental investigations, information retrieval, strategic knowledge management, and technical writing. She retrieves and compiles data, locates rare and hard-to-find maps and documents with relevant environmental information, conducts literature searches, locates public records and reviews and assembles regulatory information. She also designs and administers web-based document management and collaboration tools for NewFields and their clients. She has extensive experience as a technical writer and has written professionally for over ten years.

Ms. Hall has an M.S. in History and Sociology of Technology from Georgia Institute of Technology, an M.S. in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois, and a B.A. from Guilford College.

Mr. Wild is a specialist in the management, analysis and presentation of environmental data. He developed the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and data management tools that are the foundation of NewFields’ business model. He also provides hands-on training for environmental project and technical managers for both NewFields and with the United States Navy Civil Engineer Corps Officer School (CECOS). He has over 24 years of experience in the environmental field and specializes in geostatistics, decision analysis, water resources, and GIS as well as extensive experience in Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) characterization, remediation, and strategic planning. Mr. Wild has served as an expert or testified in numerous state and federal cases across the county. Mr. Wild’s B.S. is in environmental engineering and his M.S. is in civil engineering.

Dr. Rouhani is a specialist in environmental statistics, geostatistics, and data analysis with skills that provide an excellent complement to the NewFields team. A noted authority in his field, Dr. Rouhani has authored numerous technical publications, including American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidance, and US Navy guidance documents. As a hands-on manager, he has successfully directed a large number of projects involving complex data analysis efforts. Dr. Rouhani currently serves as an adjunct professor for the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. He also serves as an editorial board member for Environmental Forensics of the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences. Dr. Rouhani earned his B.S. in civil engineering and B.A. in Economics, and he has his M.S. and Ph.D. in environmental sciences.

Mr. Hall offers over 35 years of experience managing multidisciplinary environmental projects with expertise ranging from strategic planning to detailed process and civil design and construction management. His specialty is data and environmental systems analysis, decision analysis, remediation system design, and strategic planning. Over the past 15 years, he has specialized in the application of decision theory for managing complex environmental liabilities portfolios in public, private and Non-governmental organization (NGO) sectors. The approach he pioneered has been employed on more than 1000 sites at both project-specific and portfolio-wide levels. Mr. Hall has worked on well over 1000 restoration and resource development projects in the United States and in over 50 other countries. He has worked on the design of regional water resource management systems throughout the US, Australia, the Middle East, and Africa. His experience in the field of remediation and restoration includes the characterization and remediation of pesticides, metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, solvents, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and Dioxins. He has also served as the data pattern analyst and decision analyst on approximately 50 expert technical review panels for the US Army, US Air Force, and US Navy. Mr. Hall’s degree is in civil engineering.

Mr. Odle is a professional engineer and partner at NewFields and has over 20 years of experience with database and GIS development and analysis for the management of environmental liabilities. Mr. Odle has provided planning, design, and remediation for 100s of environmental projects and landfills throughout US, Brazil, and approximately 20 countries. The projects include Federal Superfund sites, RCRA sites, and many high-profile contaminated sites. He has brought many contaminated sites to closure. Mr. Odle uses database, GIS and other visualization and spatial analysis tools to effectively communicate technical issues to the public and project stakeholders. Recent work of Mr. Odle has included development of large databases for analysis of environmental metrics on global scale for industrial groups.

Mr. Odle has an M.S. from North Carolina State University and a B.S. from The University of Memphis.