Dr. Robert Moran
45 years of domestic and international experience in conducting and managing water quality, geochemical and hydrogeologic work has led Dr. Moran to work with private investors, industrial clients, tribal and citizens groups, non-governmental organizations, law firms, and governmental agencies at all levels.
Dr. Robert Moran
University of Texas, Austin: Ph.D., Geological Sciences, 1974
San Francisco State College: B.A., Zoology, 1966
Moran, R.E. 1974. Trace element content of a stream affected by metal-mine drainage, Bonanza, Colorado. University of Texas at Austin. Ph.D. Dissertation. 168 pp.
2003 – Present – Michael – Moran Associates, LLC, Partner
1996 – 2002 – Moran and Associates LLC, President
1992 – 1996 – Woodward-Clyde Consultants, Senior Consulting Geochemist
1983 – 1992 – Moran and Associates LLC, President
1981 – 1983 – Gibbs and Hill, Inc, Senior Hydrogeologist
1980 – 1981 – Envirologic Systems, Inc, Senior Hydrogeologist / Geochemist
1979 – 1980 – Tetra Tech Int’l / Sultanate of Oman, Senior Hydrogeologist
1972 – 1978 – U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Div., Hydrogeologist / Geochemist
1971 – 1972 – Texas Bureau of Economic Geology, Research Science Assistant
Technical expertise surrounding the quality and geochemistry of natural and contaminated waters and sediments as related to mining, nuclear fuel cycle sites, industrial development, geothermal resources, hazardous wastes, and water supply development.
Expert testimony in several water-related litigation matters and application of remote sensing to natural resource issues.
Extensive experience in making presentations to general and technical audiences on natural resource, water quality, hydrogeology, etc. issues.
Australia, Greece, Bulgaria, Mali, Senegal, Guinea, Gambia, Ghana, South Africa, Iraqi Kurdistan, Oman, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Romania, Russia (Buryatia), Papua New Guinea, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, El Salvador, Belgium, France, Canada, Great Britain, Netherlands, and the United States.