As a senior geomorphologist, David focuses on fluvial geomorphology and hydrology in Canada and the United States. His technical expertise has allowed him to work on multi-year, large capital mine studies and evaluation programs, and provide environmental support to various First Nation groups and government bodies.
Over the course of his career, David has participated in the development of technically feasible habitat offsetting programs and river restoration projects in British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Washington State, Colorado and Wyoming. He’s also managed hydrology programs for numerous mine projects, including Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell Gold, Back River Project, and Galore Creek. David’s work on these projects have included baseline monitoring, flood frequency analysis, water balance modelling, watershed modelling, climate change modelling, and the development of sediment and erosion management plans.
Outside of work, David likes to spend time with his family and friends. On the weekends, he enjoys camping and cross-country skiing.