Mike began his career as hydrogeologist in 2003 focusing on groundwater flow and determination of availability with respect to quantity and quality as well as regulatory limitations. He specializes in applying numerical modeling and evaluation of aquifer hydraulics to provide quantitative assessments of groundwater availability, flow, and transport including the determination of the statistical uncertainty associated with the assessments and model predictions to better inform clients and meet their project needs. Throughout his evaluations, Mike has worked closely with clients to develop optimal operation plans for maximizing groundwater production to meet demands while maintaining regulatory compliance and minimizing the costs associated with well-field development, production, and maintenance. Mike has provided professional hydrogeologic consulting services to commercial entities, industrial operations, and governmental agencies. He has also provided expert testimony on behalf of clients during regulatory hearings regarding hydrogeologic conditions and the potential effects of production from an aquifer.