Jennifer N. Adleman

tanker
 
Tanker heading into Valdez MarineTerminal, AK. 2013.

Education

MS Volcanology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, AK (PDF Thesis)
2005
BS Geological Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2000

Employment

State of Alaska Division of Oil and Gas, Anchorage, AK

Chief Advisor - Statewide Oil and Gas Strategic Planning

Chief advisor for the Division of Oil and Gas and the Department of Natural Resources Commissioner in regard to development of a Statewide Oil and Gas Strategic Plan, including identification of necessary initiatives and proposed methodology for effecting approved Plan elements.

Develops strategies for and leads industry and community outreach programs on specific oil and gas related subjects.
Develops and coordinates communication plans on various topics; and manages the tracking and timely responses to appeals of division decisions and requests for reconsideration.
May be assigned to any of the eight sections within the division or to the Petroleum Systems Integrity Office for several months to a year or more as progress toward implementation of specific policies and programs is effected.

8/13 -present

 


State of Alaska Divison of Economic Development, Minerals Development, Anchorage, AK

Minerals Development Specialist

Established and maintained cooperative relationships and liaised with mining groups including multinational, international and national mining corporations, service companies, professional societies, state, federal and local regulators, land owners and managers, Alaska Native corporations, and other stakeholders via increased face-time, and one-on-one meetings. Improved agency accessibility to businesses, investors and residents.

Improved and accelerated mining and mineral business development, by placing publicly available and relevant materials and contacts related to permitting, export, financing, infrastructure and data gathering in Alaska in one location, and linking to others online, through the design, generation, and distribution of 500 State of Alaska Minerals and Mining Portal (thumb drives) .
Reduced costs and improved response time to worldwide and local business inquiry by working with Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Division of Mining Land and Water.
Determined the current status, need, and potential in Alaska's resource mineral extraction sector in conjunction with participation on the Alaska Forward Mining Development Cluster, as the agency member of the Alaska Miners Association and their annual Anchorage convention committee, and as staff to the Alaska Minerals Commission.
Presented findings at local, national and international trade shows and other venues.
Co-authored the annual Alaska Mineral Industry 2010 and mining and oil and gas sections of the Alaska Economic Performance Report 2010.
Contributed to the interagency Large Mine Permitting Team within DNRs Office of Project Management and Permitting conducting the ongoing coordination of permitting ~18 mining late stage exploration and development projects, and producing mines. Actively participated on the technical team reviewing the EPA Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment Draft including the derivation and compilation of the state’s technical comments and summary response letters to EPA.
Planned, coordinated, budgeted and managed projects, travel, procurement, and marketing costs through multiple funding sources including base funding, capital projects and reimbursable service agreements.

2/11 - 8/13

 


State of Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Hazards Mitigation Office, JBER, AK

Emergency Management Specialist

Produced the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)-approved, promulgated State of Alaska Hazard Mitigation Plan 2010 (SHMP). Consistently worked with the Alaska Partnership for Infrastructure Protection, the State Hazard Mitigation Advisory Committee and FEMA Region X.

Reviewed and managed request for proposals and multiple contractors awarded to generate FEMA-approved local hazard mitigation plans (LHMP)for communities in the unorganized borough.
Provided technical assistance, oversight, and review of FEMA-approved local hazard mitigation plans including public meetings.
Provided mitigation outreach and training to state and local agencies and communities including leading division outreach at the Annual Alaska Federation of Natives Convention in Fairbanks in 2010.
Served as Resource Unit Leader and Situation Unit Leader following Incident Command System protocols in the State Emergency Coordination Center (SECC) during the state’s bi-annual disaster training exercise (Alaska Shield / Arctic Edge / Vigilant Guard) and annual flood watch program (Alaska Flood Watch).

3/10 - 1/11

 


TerraSond Ltd., Palmer, AK

Geophysicist

Acquired, analyzed and processed multi beam, singlebeam and sidescan sonar hydrographic survey data and interpreted hydrographic survey and other geophysical data (eg. acoustic doppler current profiles) from Upper Cook Inlet, Unimak Pass the Port of Anchorage, and offshore of Fire Island.

Prepared all survey data, charts, plots, maps, records, and deliverables to meet National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) charting contract quality control and quality assurance requirements.
Represented company at annual NOAA surveyors’ conference in Seattle, WA.

5/09-1/10

 


U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Science Center , Alaska Volcano Observatory , Anchorage, AK

Geologist

Managed and oversaw interagency (federal, state, local and university) coordination and communications during heightened periods of volcanic activity and periods of volcanic quiescence. Focused on the development and release of print and web-based, public and internal-use-only information products as well as interagency media management and served as primary point-of-contact for all media and public inquiry.

Interpreted and analyzed geophysical and other real-time and near real-time monitoring data streams and historic data (satellite, seismic, deformation), and observations via reporting (aviation, citizenry, imagery) of volcanic behavior. Served as 24/7 Operations Room staff and rotational 24/7 on-call Duty Scientist during periods of heightened volcanic activity and supervised and trained visiting graduate-level students and USGS staff as 24/7 staff during volcanic eruption response. (Augustine, 2005-2006; Pavlof and Fourpeaked, 2007; Okmok, Cleveland & Kasatochi, 2008).
Designed, developed and authored standards-correlated Alaska volcano educators guidebook, including curricula materials and activities for secondary science classrooms, in conjunction with serving as an agency-sponsored graduate-level instructor at Alaska Pacific University (2006 and 2008).

Awarded and managed funding to hire and supervise a college student intern for the project, Alaska Volcano Observatory’s Proactive Approach to Volcanic Hazards Communications with Native Communities, through the internal, nationwide, and competitive USGS Student Intern in Support of Native American Relation program (SISNAR).

Presented over 200 programs focused on Alaska volcanism and the role of the observatory.
Supervised and hosted exhibits and interagency participation at the Annual Alaska Federation of Natives Convention, Schlumberger, BPs on-site table top exercise and volcanic eruption scenario, informational public meetings, and at other venues.

5/05 - 4/09

 


University of Alaska Fairbanks, Geophysical Institute, Fairbanks, AK

Research Assistant

Conducted and presented original scientific investigations on-site at volcanic domes within Black Peak caldera, Alaska Peninsula, including the application and processing of multi-spectral, high spatial resolution remote sensing image analyses (ASTER) and laboratory XRF, XRD, FTIR specotroscopy and optical microscopy. (MS Thesis PDF)
Determined the compositional and mineralogical variations from dome to dome, relative dome emplacement(s), timescale(s), and their relationships within the dome complex.
Presented scientific thesis throughout Alaska, the U.S, and internationally (Russia, Canada and Chile) at professional conferences.

5/03 - 3/05

 


University of Alaska Fairbanks, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Fairbanks, AK

Teaching Assistant

Planned, conducted, and graded two undergraduate level course laboratories: Introduction to Mineralogy, and Petrology and Petrography.

8/02 - 5/03

 


Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii National Park, HI

Web Content Manager

Layout and content developer for the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park "In Depth" website.

Translated scientific and technical information into a format usable for general web audiences.

12/02 - 1/03

 


U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Volcano Observatory , Anchorage, AK (ETI contractor)

Geologist

Edited content, created figures, and determined layout for publications including Geology of the Ugashik-Mount Peulik volcanic center, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 2004-1009, Miller, T. P., 2004.

Developed presentations on volcanoes for staff use in schools and at community events.
Contributed AVO science articles for the Alaska Region National Park Service publication, Alaska Park Science: Natural and Cultural Resource Connections in Alaska's National Parks (PDF) on the history of volcanic research conducted in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, Katmai National Park and Preserve, AK.

Conducted tours and explained AVO and USGS program information to collaborating scientists, visitors and the general public. Programs were presented at the Mt. View Elementary School of Kenai, Alaska; the Alaska Natural History Symposium; Palmer Public Library;Geophysical Society of Alaska; and Alaska Public Lands Information Center.

2/02 - 8/02

 


USGS Earthquake Hazards Program, Menlo Park, CA (ECO contractor)

Web Content Manager

Planned and developed content and images for website including the Parkfield Earthquake Experiment, Paleoseismology and Scientific Software.

Participated in USGS information management response in Washington State following the 2001 Nisqually earthquake.

Developed outreach materials (brochures, literature, communications, figures) for use by the media in the visitor center to accurately reflect the findings and the work of geoscientists for events and organizations. Includes the USGS Northern California Natural Hazards Conference, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, National Association of Geoscience Teachers Conference and the Discovery Channel.

Provide field support for the USGS conducting research within the Earthquake Hazards Team. Including trenching faults, GPS Surveying, Cone Penetration Testing and Electronic Distance Measuring .
2001 - 2002

Isotope Geochemistry Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Student Researcher
Prepared and analyzed rock and sea water samples for isotopic composition using ion exchange chemistry under clean lab conditions and thermal ionization mass spectrometry.
Lab work included use of Excel spreadsheets, fabricating and maintaining laboratory tools and testing equipment, writing detailed documentation on laboratory procedures for use by future students and employees and training new students and employees on laboratory procedures, safety and analyses.
Conducted original scientific investigations on isotopic ratios illustrating the proportions of hydrothermal fluids to sea water in the formation of anhydrite crystals within black smoker sulfide chimneys collected by UW and the American Museum of Natural History from the Juan de Fuca Ridge. 
1998 - 2001

Mathsoft Engineering & Education, Inc. (now PTC), Cambridge, MA

Science Editor and Writer

Developed and edited science lessons on glaciers and volcanoes for middle and high school students for educational software, StudyWorks Science! and accompanying website.

1998 - 2000


USGS Hawai`ian Volcano Observatory, Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park , HI

Web Content / Education & Outreach Contributor

Organized and conducted meetings between geoscientists and non-scientists to discuss the generation of content and design for the international, interagency website, Volcanic Ash: What it can do and how to prevent damage.

Developed text and images for Web presentations including the Kilauea Update Page and Experience with the USGS Volcano Web Group.

Guided groups of visitors, JASON Project participants and college level volcanology classes, on field trips to Kilauea and the active lava flow field.

9/99 - 12/99

 


Alaskaguidebook.com (now Airborne Scientific), Homer, AK

Travel Writer and Photographer

Contributed travel writing and photography for the southwestern Alaska portion of Alaskaguidebook.com

1999

High Pressure Experimental Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Lab technician

Researched building material cost for design and construction of a new lab room to house three internally heated pressure vessels.

1999

NPS Katmai National Park and Preserve, King Salmon, AK

Interpretive Park Ranger

Developed and presented interpretive evening programs, hour-long cultural hikes, and day-long field trips focused in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes volcanic area.

Prepared and conducted staff training focused on the geology and volcanology of the park.

Translated scientific information into a format appropriate for exhibits.

Worked with media representatives to accurately develop articles for publication and broadcast.

Developed curriculum and appeared as Guest Ranger for the interagency webcast: Journeys to Alaska: The Power of Volcanoes.
Enforced National Park Service safety and permit regulations including bear / human interaction, fishing and backcountry preparedness and conducted backcountry patrols in wilderness, park and preserve units, including Katmai and the Alagnak National Wild and Scenic River.
1996 - 1999

USFWS Alaska Peninsula and Becharof National Wildlife Refuge Complex, King Salmon, AK

Information Specialist

Operated the interagency King Salmon Visitor Center and Alaska Natural History Association bookstore.

Developed and presented multimedia natural history programs and tours.

1995


Technical Experience

Computer
Adobe Creative Suite (CS) (inc. DreamWeaver, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign), Research Systems, Inc.  ENVI, MS Office (inc. OneNote), CorelDraw, TriPlot, Omnic, ArcGIS, CARIS 6.1 and 7.0 (HIPS & SIPS, Bathy DataBASE, Notebook), IVS 3D FledermausProfessional, several wiki platforms

Laboratory
Seven-collector VG Sector Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometer (TIMS), Cameca SX-50 Electron Microprobe, Rigaku X-ray Diffractometer, Nicolet Nexus 670 FTIR spectrometer

Field
Two-color Electronic Distance Measuring (EDM), Trimble GPS, Cone Penetration Testing (CPT), Trimble differential GPS Pathfinder Pro XRS, Laser Tech 3-D profiling system, Exotech hand-held radiometer, Reson SeaBat 8101 Multibeam Echosounder, ODIM MVP200 (Moving Vessel Profiler), SV Plus Probe, Shipboard Lead lines and Measure downs, Tide Staff reading, Hydrometer reading, QPS QinSY, HYPACK, PosPack, EdgeTech DISOVER, Applanix POSPac, Simple SVP (Sound Velocity Profiler)

Publications

Adleman, J.N. and E. Bluemink. 2013. Second Annual Alaska Strategic and Critical Minerals Summit, Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Miscellaneous Publication 151.

Adleman, J.N (ed). 2013. Nome Dredgers Resource Guide - A quick guide for 2013 dredging activities in Nome, Alaska. Available through the Alaska Department of Natural Resources Division of Mining, Land and Water.

State of Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development. 2012. Oil and Gas and Minerals sections in 2010 Alaska Economic Performance Report. pp. 9 - 18.

Szumigala, D.J., Harbo, L.A., and Adleman, J.N., 2011, Alaska's mineral industry 2010: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Special Report 65, 83 p.

State of Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. 2010. State of Alaska Hazard Mitigation Plan 2010.

Adleman, J.N., 2011, Alaska Volcanoes Guidebook for Teachers. USGS GIP 99.

Adleman, J.N., Cameron, C. E., Snedigar, S. F., Neal, C. A. and K.L. Wallace, 2010, Public outreach and communications of the Alaska Volcano Observatory during the 2005–2006 eruption of Augustine Volcano, chapter 27 of Power, J.A., Coombs, M.L., and Freymueller, J.T., eds., The 2006 eruption of Augustine Volcano, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1769, p. 631–644

Neal, C.A. Murray, T.L. Power, J.A. Adleman, J.N. Whitmore, P.M. and Osiensky, J.M. 2010, Hazard information management, interagency coordination, and impacts of the 2005–2006 eruption of Augustine Volcano, chapter 28 of Power, J.A., Coombs, M.L., and Freymueller, J.T., eds., The 2006 eruption of Augustine Volcano, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1769, p. 645–667

Adleman, J.N., Cameron, C. E. , Neal, T. A. and J. S. Shipman. 2008, Hazards Communication by the Alaska Volcano Observatory Concerning the 2008 Eruptions of Okmok and Kasatochi Volcanoes, Aleutian Islands, Alaska [abs]: Eos fall meeting supplementary, Eos, v. 89, n. 53, abstract A53b-0275.

Adleman, J.N., and Snedigar, S., 2007, The Alaska Volcano Observatory's information management systems during the 2006 eruption of Augustine Volcano, Cook Inlet, Alaska [abs.]: Cities on Volcanoes 5 Conference, Abstract volume, Shimabara, Japan, abstract number 31-O-05.

Neal, C., Wallace, K. and Adleman, J.N, 2007, An ash fall atlas poster for volcanic hazard education in the U.S.[abs.]: Cities on Volcanoes 5 Conference, Abstracts volume, Shimabara, Japan, abstract number 32-P-07.

Adleman, J.N., 2007, Alaska's volcano teaching kit: building awareness of volcanic hazards through state-wide science education [abs.]: Cities on Volcanoes 5 Conference, Abstract volume, Shimabara Japan, abstract number 32-P-16.

Adleman, J.N., Snedigar, S., and Wallace, K., 2006, Alaska Volcano Observatory: outreach, education, and communication, one eruption at a time [abs.]: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, v. 38, n. 7, p. 516.

Adleman, J.N., 2006, Response of the Alaska Volcano Observatory to public inquiry concerning the 2006 eruption of Augustine Volcano, Cook Inlet, Alaska [abs]: Eos fall meeting supplementary, Eos, v. 87, n. 52, abstract V41F-02.

Adleman, J.N. USGS, NPS Educate the Public on the Risks, Wonders of Alaska’s Volcanoes in, "People, Land and Water" Jennifer N. Adleman, USGS Alaska Science Center, 11-10-06.

Adleman, J.N., Augustine Volcano - Shake, Rattle and Roll On! In Spring 2006 Newsletter of the Alaska Science Teachers Association. pp 2-3.

Adleman, J.N., J.F. Larsen, M.S. Ramsey, R.G. McGimsey, and C.A. Neal, Analysis of composition and chronology of dome emplacement at Black Peak, Alaska utilizing ASTER remote sensing data and field-based studies. Abs. Vol. Abs. s08c_pf_165. IAVCEI General Assembly, Pucon Chile. November 2004. (PDF)

Adleman, J.N., J.F. Larsen, M.S. Ramsey, R.G. McGimsey, and C.A. Neal, Analysis of composition and chronology of dome emplacement at Black Peak, Alaska utilizing ASTER remote sensing data and field-based studies. Abs. Vol. IV International Biennial Workshop on Subduction Processes emphasizing the Japan-Kurile-Aleutain Arcs. August 2004.

Adleman, J.N., J.F. Larsen, M.S. Ramsey, R.G. McGimsey, and C.A. Neal, Analysis of composition and chronology of dome emplacement at Black Peak, Alaska utilizing ASTER remote sensing data and field-based studies. Eos Trans. AGU, 84 (46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V31G-07, 2003.

McGimsey, R.G., C.A. Neal, J.N. Adleman, J.F. Larsen, and M.S. Ramsey. Black Peak Caldera, Alaska: Preliminary investigations of the ~4600 BP caldera-forming eruption and subsequent post-caldera activity. Eos Trans. AGU, 84 (46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V42B-0342, 2003.

Ramsey, M.S., J. Dehn, J.N. Adleman, J.F. Larsen, R.G. McGimsey, C.A. Neal, R. Wessels, Deciphering silicic dome emplacement processes in the northern Pacific: Quantitative analyses of high resolution satellite and field-based data. Eos Trans. AGU, 84 (46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V51F-0346, 2003.

Adleman, J.N. and Kearney, C. Lava Flow Discrimination at Okmok Caldera, AK Using Landsat Enhanced Thematic Mapper +. Cities on Volcanoes III, Hilo, HI. July 14-18, 2003 Abstract Volume.

Adleman, J.N.. The Great Eruption of 1912 in Alaska Park Science: Connections to Natural and Cultural Resources in Alaska's National Parks. NPS, DOI, Alaska Support Office. 2002. (PDF)


Presentations

• State of Alaska (DED, DNR and DGGS) booths at:
2012 - Alasaka Miners Assoication (AMA) Annual Convention, Anchorage, AK
2012 - The Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) Roundup, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
2011 + 2012 Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC), International Convention, Toronto, Ontarion, Canada
2011 + 2012 Alaska Miners Association (AMA) Spring Convetion, Juneau, AK, 2011 / Fairbanks, AK 2012
2011 - Northwest Mining Association (NWMA) 1Annual Meeting, Exposition & Short Courses, Sparks, NV

Examples of past engagements are posted at:
USGS Alaska Science Center Highlights (prefrom either search type with "Adleman")


Grants, Scholarships and Distinctions

Contractor Attendee NOAA Office of Coastal Surveys Field Procedures Workshop, Seattle, WA 2010
USGS STAR Award
(C-3. Special Thanks for Achieving Results)
Recognized critical role in Alaska Volcano Observatory response to the Kasatochi volcano eruption in August 2008 and the evacuation efforts of two U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists off the volcanic island shortly prior to eruption. 2008
SISNAR Intern Supervisor USGS Student Interns in Support of Native American Relations supervisor of, "Alaska Volcano Observatory’s Proactive Approach to Volcanic Hazards Communications with Native Communities ". 2008
USGS STAR Award

Recognized leadership and significant contributions to the successful 20th anniversary celebration of the Alaska Volcano Observatory held in Anchorage in April. Commended for vision and execution of high-profile event.

2008
USGS STAR Award Contributed to the successful response to the 2006 Augustine eruption - moving easily between these different roles - scientist, spokesperson, technical consultant, crew chief, courier - establish and adjusting protocols and working relationships as the situation evolved. 2006
USGS STAR Award
Facilitated informational sessions to inform the Acting Director of the USGS about the breadth of science activities and diversity of management issues requiring science input in Alaska. 2005
Kamchatka International Volcanological Field School Invitee to NSF funded International Field Course to Mutnovsky and Gorely volcanoes, Kamchatka, Russia and the 4th Workshop of JKASP (Japan-Kuril-Aleutian Subduction Processes), Petropavlovsk Kamchatka. 2004
Geological Society of Alaska Scholarship Received scholarship to complete laboratory analysis at IVIS. 2004
Geophysical Society of Alaska Scholarship Recognition of my dedication to the study and practice of Geophysics in Alaska, for Geological Association of Canada-Mineralogical Association of Canada (GAC-MAC) Remote Sensing Workshop. 2004
Alaska QRC Travel Grant Awarded Alaska Quaternary Center Travel Grant to attend the Annual AGU Fall Meeting 2003. 2003
UAF Grad School Travel Grant Awarded to attend the Annual AGU Fall Meeting 2003. 2003
COV III NSF Student Workshop Invitee NSF funded student workshop around the Cities on Volcanoes 3 meeting in
Hilo.
2003
The Jack Kleinman Grant
for Volcano Research
Awarded support of fieldwork costs. 2003
Geophysical Society of Alaska Scholarship Recognition of dedication to the study and practice of Geophysics in Alaska and about Alaska - financial support of fieldwork costs. 2003
UAF Geophysical Institute Student Travel Grant Used to attend Cities on Volcanoes 3 meeting in Hilo. 2003
"Geohammer" Award Undergraduate Student Award, University of Washington, Department of Geological Sciences, Seattle, WA 2001


Field Experience

NOAA Contract - Charting Multibeam Survey in Unimak Pass on board the M/V Bluefin (photo 5 on website) August 2009
ADCP Survey on board the M/V Ducer in Cook Inlet area July 2009
Mutnovsky and Gorely volcanoes, Kamchatka, Russia: J. Eichelberger, & P. Izbekov, UAFGI, D. Melnikov, Kamchatka State University August 2004
Black Peak caldera, southwestern Alaska: T. Neal, R. McGimsey, AVO , J. Larsen, UAFGI, M. Ramsey, UPitt July 2003
Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park and Big Island volcanics: B. Houghton, UH, C. Gregg, UH, A. Harris, UH, D. Swanson, HVO July 2003
Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, Katmai National Park, Alaska: J. Eichelberger, UAFGI/AVO June 2003
Basin and Range Deformation, ID: GPS Survey, Wayne Thatcher (USGS) September 2001
Northern San Andreas fault, CA: Fault Geology, Carol Prentice (USGS) August 2001
Freemont, CA: Paleoseismology on the Southern Hayward fault, Jim Lienkeamper (USGS) August 2001
Berkeley, CA: Cone Penetration Testing, Tom Noce (USGS) June 2001
Parkfield, CA: Two-color EDM (Electronic Distance Measuring) monitoring, John Langbein (USGS), Mark Zoback (Stanford) June 2001

Mammoth/Long Valley, CA: Field Geology - Tectonics and Volcanics, Dave Hill and Maggie Mangan (USGS)

May 2001
Siskiyou Mountains and Mt. Shasta, CA: Formation and eruption history, Bob Christiansen (USGS) May 2001
Klamath Mountains, CA: Straigraphy and formation , Gary Ernst (Stanford) May 2001
San Francisco Bay, CA: East Bay Faults, David Schwartz (USGS) May 2001
Kilauea, HI: Flow-field mapping, repair and reconnect GPS station, Maurice Sako (USGS), and map flows and straigraphy P`u`u `O`o, assist in lava tube sampling, Christina Heliker (USGS) (See June - September 200 updates) 2000
Mauna Kea, HI: Xenolith collecting, for HVO/USGS 2000
Mauna Loa, HI: Eruption history and explosive deposit mapping, Frank Trusdell (USGS) 2000
Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, AK: Sample collecting, National Park Service Research Management, and Ash-flow Mapping, Wes Hildreth, Judy Fierstein (USGS), and Colin Wilson (IGNS, NZ) 1998
Western Montana: Structural Mapping and Field Geology, Stu McCallum (Univ. of WA) 1998

Training and Certification

FEMA E313 Basic HAZUS-MH at EMI 2011
Alaska Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers - Advanced NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program) 2010
FEMA Incident Command System (ICS) IS-100, IS-200, IS-393 and FEMA Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA Helpline) Module training on the Damage-Frequency Assessment, Flood, Earthquake, and Wildfire via URS contractor 2010
CARIS HIPS – SIPS 7.0 and CARIS Notebook 3., CARIS-taught Training Course Certificate 2009
NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey Certificate for GPS- Derived Heights, Part I and II 2009
Transportation Workers Identity Card (TWIC -  Expires 25APR 2014) 2009
National Safety Council Wilderness First Aid 2009
American Heart Association Heartsaver Adult/Child/Infant CPR with AED / Mask and Choking 2009
Ocean Survival by Learn To Return Training Systems, Inc. (LTR) (PDF description ) 2009
DOI Records Management Awareness 2008
DOI Orientation to the Privacy Act 2008
DOI Federal Information Systems Security Awareness 2008
DOI Discrimination and Whistleblowing in the Workplace (No Fear) 2007
USGS Bear and Firearms Safety Training 2007
USGS Western Region Leadership Intensive 2006
Interagency Aviation Training (A-106, A-113, A-108, A-105, A-101) 2005-2006
DOI/USGS Authorities Roles Responsibilities 2005
DOI/USGS Back Safety Lifting 2005
DOI Safety Occup. Health Overview 2005
DOI/USGS Hazard Communication 2005
USGS Industrial Hygiene Program 2005
USGS Safety and Occupational Health 2005
USGS Safety Requirements 2005
Unexploded Ordnance Awareness by USACE MMRP-MCX Safety Specialist 2004
Arctic Land Survival by Learn To Return Training Systems, Inc. (LTR) (PDF description ) 2004
Aviation Land Survival by Learn To Return Training Systems, Inc. (LTR) (PDF description ) 2004
Field Skills by Learn To Return Training Systems, Inc. (LTR) (PDF description ) 2004
UAF Drivers Safety 2002
UAF Lab Safety 2002
Hydrofluric Acid Handling Training 2000
American Sign Language 1999 - 2000
PADI Open-water SCUBA Certification 1993

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