Jarrod Gasper is a geochemist and environmental engineer with 13 years of experience. His primary area of expertise is the analysis of the fate and transport of metals and organic chemicals in the environment of mining and industrial sites. Mr. Gasper’s background includes aqueous geochemistry, geology, and chemical engineering. His experience includes the study of mercury biogeochemistry in pristine and anthropogenically affected environments, geochemical analyses of the groundwater–sediment–surface water interface, prediction and modeling of physical limnology and water quality at proposed mine pit lakes, analysis and modeling of surface water quality, and remediation of contaminated groundwater.
Jarrod D. Gasper