I started my career with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) as part of a project that had two main goals; (1) to figure out how to apply geology to real life situations, and (2) to communicate those results to the appropriate users.  I carried those goals with me throughout my 41-year career with the USGS.

I was the USGS Aggregate Geologist from 1976 until my retirement.  My current business builds on the knowledge I gained with the USGS, and I now specialize in aggregate resources (sand, gravel, and crushed stone).

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