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Philip E. LaMoreaux
LaMoreaux and Associates
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Dr. LaMoreaux has occupied a central role in the development of hydrogeology and environmental geology into the most dynamic and sought-after disciplines in geology. He has been a leader in the profession of geology and has had a distinguished c areer as a federal, state, academic, and consulting geologist.

He has served as Chief of the Groundwater Branch of the U.S. Geological Survey, State Geologist of Alabama, Professor of Geology at the University of Alabama, and Director of the Environmental Institute for Waste Management Studies (EIWMS) for Alabama before retiring to the consulting field.

He has contributed much to the profession of geology through involvement with major geological societies: as President of the American Geological Institute, Association of American State Geologists, and American Institute of Hydrology; as Chairman of t he Geological Society of America Foundation Board of Trustees; as Chairman of both GSA's Hydrogeology Division and American Geophysical Union's Hydrology Division. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Environmental Geology.

Dr. LaMoreaux's comments on working in geohydrology/environmental geology.

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