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Establishment of the Profession of Geology in New York State

  • November 20, 2013
  • 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Chef's Resturant, 291 Seneca St Buffalo, NY 14204

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ABSTRACT

The NYSCPG was formed in 1995.  The Council’s mission includes advancing the geological sciences as a profession; promoting the protection of the public and the environment through professional practice; establishing high standards of ethical conduct; promoting the legal standing of geologists through legislation; and protecting the integrity of the profession.


NYSCPG President John Nadeau will present the legislative status of the bill to regulate the practice of geology in NYS. He will review the history of the licensure effort, the current status of that effort, and the plan to get the geology practice bill passed in 2014. John will discuss the various stakeholders and relationships, the licensure of individuals and the implications to practicing geologists, and what it means to professional entities and corporations practicing in New York State. John also will present the process for the bill to become a law and Council’s vision for the future of NYSCPG.


BIO

John M. Nadeau is a Senior Geologist with Alpha Geoscience, Clifton Park, NY. John’s professional experience includes conducting varied geological and hydrogeological work for mines, water supplies, aquifers, waste disposal, and hazardous and petroleum-impacted sites. John has an extensive background analyzing physical and chemical data through preparing and interpreting cross sections and maps, and computer modeling. He is experienced in aquifer testing and analysis, soil and rock logging, water supply installation and development, and air monitoring. John has extensive experience evaluating geologic and hydrogeologic conditions and currently is managing the on-going remediation of an aquifer impacted by a collapse at a salt mine in western NY. His academic research has included characterizing variations in aquifer recharge and tracing ground water flow using oxygen isotopes. John is certified by the American Institute of Professional Geologists, and is registered or licensed as a Professional Geologist in Utah, Missouri, and Nebraska.

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