action during aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) at the laboratory and field scale, with emphasis on aquifer chemical and mineralogical characterization and fate of metals and metalloids. He has served on numerous aquifer protection and ASR-related committees, including the ASR Issue Team of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force, and multiple Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) committees and workgroups. He has (co)authored numerous journal articles, technical reports, conference proceedings, and maps and has often served as co-convener, invited speaker, moderator, or panelist on hydrogeology issues. He received his doctoral degree in geology from Florida State University.
WILLIAM BLOMQUIST is a professor of political science at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis (IUPUI). He is an expert on water resources policies (conjunctive water use) and has published on water policy and law. He is a member of the Research Advisory Board of the National Water Research Institute. His research interests include the formation of public policy and the management of water resources, with a particular emphasis on the roles and significance of institutions. In addition to his books Dividing the Waters, and Common Waters, Diverging Streams, his published work has appeared in Political Research Quarterly, Water International, and the Journal of the American Water Resources Association and Water Resources Research. He received his B.S. and M.A. from Ohio University and his Ph.D. from Indiana University.
JAMES CROOK is an independent consultant. His previous experience included principal water reuse technologist with CH2M Hill and director of water reuse for Black & Veatch. Before that, he worked with the California Department of Health Services where he directed the department's water reclamation and reuse program. He has developed and executed a broad range of engineering services for water and wastewater projects in the public and private sectors in the United States and abroad. He has authored numerous technical papers and reports and is an internationally recognized expert in the area of water reclamation and reuse. He was the principal author of water reuse guidelines published by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Agency for International Development and a water reuse assessment report published by the Water Environment Research Foundation. Dr. Crook received his B.S. in civil engineering from the University of Massachusetts and his M.S. and Ph.D. in environmental engineering from the University of Cincinnati.
DENISE FORT is a member of the faculty at the University of New Mexico’s School of Law. She has been a member of the New Mexico Bar since 1976. Ms. Fort has extensive experience in environmental and natural resources law and policy. She served as chair of the Western Water Policy Review Advi-