2012 NGWA Pacific Northwest Exposition
Mike Krautkramer was a presenter at the 2012 NGWA Pacific Northwest Exposition in Portland, Oregon this past February 10-11. His presentation, entitled "Hydrogeology of the Pacific Northwest," is available here or can be viewed below.
About the presenter:
Mike is Vice-President and a Principal Hydrogeologist of Robinson Noble, Inc. With over 37 years of experience, Mike has completed hundreds of groundwater projects in the Pacific Northwest. These projects include groundwater resource definition, well design, testing and drilling management, ground water/surface water basin analyses, and identification/abatement of aquifer contamination problems. Mike is a Licensed Hydrogeologist in Washington, a Registered Geologist in Oregon, and a Professional Geologist in Alaska. He is active in the regulatory and political aspects of water resource management. He provides expertise to many entities, including testimony before the Washington State Legislature. Mike currently serves on the Legislative Committee for the Washington State Ground Water Association and is the Chair of the Ground Water Availability Committee of the National Ground Water Association (NGWA). In 2008, Mike was honored as the NGWA’s McEllhiney Distinguished Lecturer throughout North America and was also awarded their Robert Storm Interdivisional Cooperation Award. Mike provides services in both domestic and international markets, where he has a reputation as a problem-solver using practical methods to efficiently accomplish project objectives.