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258 S. Franklin St., PO Box 357, Lambertville, New Jersey www.vuawater.com (609) 947-1703 (o) 609-935-0631 (f) Water Quality Evaluaon Water Resources Development Environmental International Services UHL & ASSOCIATES, INC. Water Resources Consultants AFRICA ANGOLA BOTSWANA CAMEROON ETHIOPIA LIBERIA MOZAMBIQUE NIGERIA SENEGAL SOMALILAND SUDAN AFGHANISTAN INDIA PAKISTAN PHILIPPINES SRI LANKA ASIA ECUADOR GUATEMALA HAITI CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICA MIDDLE EAST JORDAN LEBANON SAUDI ARABIA
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  • 258 S. Franklin St., PO Box 357, Lambertville, New Jersey www.vuawater.com (609) 947-1703 (o) 609-935-0631 (f)

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    Water Resources Consultants

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    iew OVERVIEW

    UHL & Associates, Inc. consults to private industry, municipalities, law firms, consulting firms, and international clients on all projects with elements of water resources planning, development, management, protection, assessment and remediation. The range of services offered by the Firm includes:

    WATER RESOURCES PLANNING, EXPLORATION, DEVELOPMENT and MANAGEMENT

    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS

    MUNICIPAL WATER UTILITY SERVICES

    WATER SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENTS, PLANNING and ALLOCATION

    SPRING EVALUATION and DEVELOPMENT

    CLIMATE CHANGE ANALYSIS

    LITIGATION SUPPORT and EXPERT TESTIMONY

    UHL & Associates is composed of highly qualified professional geologists, hydrogeologists and environmental scientists. The Firms principals collectively bring many decades of professional consulting experience to projects. The Firm is distinguished by excellent quantitative ability, seasoned judgment and the depth and range of its field experience.

    WATER RESOURCES PLANNING, EXPLORATION, DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT

    Uhl & Associates, Inc. provides a comprehensive range of services in water resources planning, development, resource management, and strategic planning. The Firm has completed projects over large regional areas and in complex hydrologic settings. Our range of geographic experience is from the humid northeast United States to the arid Kalahari Desert and northern Afghanistan. Our projects have been varied from production wells for industry and municipal utility authorities to large regional development programs for potable water supplies and large-scale irrigation projects.

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    s WATER RESOURCES PLANNING Water Resources Sustainability Evaluations on local and regional levels Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) Watershed Management and Protection; Stakeholder Issues Local and Regional Water Quality Evaluation for Drinking, Irrigation and Industrial Uses Aquifer Management Climate Change Analysis

    GROUNDWATER EXPLORATION

    Satellite image and aerial photo interpretation Surface and airborne geophysical exploration applications Local and regional assessment of sustained groundwater availability Test drilling and pumping test program design and implementation

    DEVELOPMENT

    Design of large capacity production wells (village/municipal supply; irrigation; industrial and institutional) Design and implementation of test and production well drilling programs Performance of aquifer pumping tests and aquifer capacity analysis Allocation modeling

    MANAGEMENT

    Sustainability assessments Groundwater Modeling Wellfield performance evaluation, maintenance and rehabilitation Wellhead protection planning for groundwater quality protection Recharge assessment Development of regulations for well construction and allocation

    SUPPLEMENTARY AREAS

    Spring assessments and development for bottled water use Design of artificial recharge systems Groundwater/surface water interaction evaluation and evaluation of ecological water needs

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    Vincent W. Uhl Professional Hydrogeologist

    Mr. Uhl has over 40 years experience in the exploration, development, management, protection and remediation of groundwater and surface water for public, industrial and agricultural uses. He consults to industry, municipalities, local governments, international governments, NGOs, USAID contractors, consulting firms and legal clients on projects with water resource components. He has worked extensively in the United States, southern and eastern Africa, Afghanistan, the Philippines, and India, and in 15 other countries on short-term assignments.

    For his many municipal utility, township, and private clients in the United States, he has managed test and production well drilling programs, aquifer pumping tests, well rehabilitation programs, wellhead protection program development, land use impact evaluations and provided technical support for water allocation permitting. He has investigated and characterized hundreds of industrial sites, large municipal landfills, interstate petroleum and gas pipelines, and formulated remedial strategies with regulatory authorities.

    Internationally, Mr. Uhl initiated and directed for 5 years a water supply development for an NGO in Central India which evolved into an organization with over 50 employees that installed over 3,000 wells, and provided a full-service approach to water supply development. He was the Team Leader of a two-year groundwater exploration project performed for the government in northwest Botswana by a multi-disciplinary team including academics, consultants and practitioners in many specialized technical fields, that resulted in identifying and quantifying regional water resources in the Kalahari Desert at the distal end of the Okavango Delta and the installation of well fields. Short-term expert assignments have ranged from a country-wide evaluation of groundwater resources and conditions in Afghanistan to the costing of potable water systems in Ecuador.

    Mr. Uhl has taught graduate level courses in hydrogeology at the University of Maryland, and the University of Akola in India. He was an adjunct professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey where he taught a course in Applied Hydrogeology from 1986 to 1990. He has mentored students at the University of Pennsylvania in connection with an Engineers Without Borders project in Cameroon and Guatemala.

    Certified Professional Geologist - AIPG No. 6519Certified Professional Hydrogeologist - AIH No. 389M.S. Hydrogeology, University of Arizona, 1976M.S. Agricultural Engineering, Oklahoma State University, 1970B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Notre Dame, 1966

    Contact Info:email: vuhl@vuawater.comskype: vinceuhlcell: +1-609-947-1703fax: +1-609-935-0631

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    Jaclyn A. Baron Chemical and Water Resources Engineer

    Ms. Baron has 30 years experience in industry and consulting on water resource and environmental projects. Her clients include private corporations, commercial entities, legal firms, municipal entities, and insurers. She has been the administrative manager and technical report writer for a variety of extended projects involving groundwater components. She has been the principal peer reviewer of her firms environmental and hydrogeologic reports, and has lent her judgment and expertise to many technical documents prepared for litigation and cost negotiation purposes.

    In her expansive site assessment, investigation and cleanup practice, she has addressed many different sites with typical and unique contaminant transport characteristics including natural gas pipeline compressor stations, electronics plants, an aluminum refinery, dry cleaners, hazardous waste landfills and treatment facilities, solid waste landfills, residential and commercial fuel oil tanks, bus company facilities, gasoline stations, and historical farmsteads. In addition to contributing her knowledge regarding the water quality aspects of these projects, she has directed their technical and administrative implementation under federal and state superfund programs, specific state rules for site assessments, property transfer circumstances, and voluntary cleanups. She has also participated in a range of watershed studies and water supply projects.

    Internationally, Ms. Baron was the principal technical editor of the Final Report for a two-year groundwater exploration project performed for the government in northwest Botswana with sections prepared by the various members of a multi-disciplinary team including academics, consultants and practitioners in specialized technical fields including remote sensing, test well drilling, structural geology, surface water hydrology and well field modeling. She subsequently prepared the water quality monitoring parts of a Management Plan for several of the well fields planned as a result of this project.

    M.S. Water Resources Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, 1982B.S. Chemical Engineering, Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science, New York, 1975Bronx High School of Science

    Contact Info:email: jbaron@vuawater.comskype: jaclynbaroncell: +1-609-668-8015fax: +1-609-935-0631

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    Ashish Daw Senior Hydrogeologist and GIS Expert

    Ashish Daw is a hydrogeologist and a GIS expert with a Bachelors Degree in Geology, and a Masters Degree in Applied Geology from India. He has completed graduate studies in hydrogeology from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

    Mr. Daw began his career as a hydrogeologist with the Netherlands Assisted Project Office in Hyderabad, India where he participated in a project to identify areas of wells in the State of Andhra Pradesh with acceptable fluoride concentrations and setting a framework for sharing and distributing high quality water. He provided basic interpretation of satellite imagery and created maps of well locations using image processing software.

    With UHL, Mr. Daw has gained extensive field experience with many aspects of water supply development and management as well as utilizing his excellent quantitative and computer skills. He has managed well drilling, installation and development programs in both bedrock and unconsolidated geologic settings. These programs have included installing test wells to assess the feasibility of extracting and filtering river water during periods of high-flow by horizontal collector, and drilling bedrock wells up to 1000 feet (300 m) to reach into an abandoned iron-ore mine being considered for a possible water storage reservoir. He managed a highly successful well redevelopment program to restore a 1.4 million gallon per day (MGD) production well critically needed by a large water utility and has experience in conducting long and short-term pumping tests and analyzing data to evaluate aquifer characteristics. Mr. Daw created an analytical element model (AEM) for simulating groundwater flow and contaminant transport that supported a water allocation permit issued for a production well by the State of New Jersey. He is experienced with analytical and numerical groundwater models and their applications. Mr. Daw has identified lineaments and faults from aerial photographs and confirmed these features in the field by working closely with field geophysicists.

    On international projects, Mr. Daw has worked in Liberia conducting and training local staff in water sampling procedures. Additionally he has processed satellite imagery, interpreted geologic lineaments and fractures from satellite images and aerial photographs, and created GIS base maps and a related databases for groundwater supply projects in Afghanistan, Lebanon, and Sri Lanka He has processed and interpreted satellite images to identify potential well drilling sites for projects in Afghanistan, Cameroon and Sri Lanka. Mr. Daw is proficient in English, Hindi, Marathi, and can communicate in various Indian dialects.

    M.Sc. Applied Geology, Anna University, 2003, India B.Sc. Geology, Fergusson College, 2001, IndiaGraduate Studies, SUNY Buffallo, 2003 to 2006, New York

    Contact Info:email: adaw@vuawater.comskype: ashishdawcell: +1-609-273-8390fax: +1-609-935-0631

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    Associates in Rural Development (ARD)/Tetratech USAID - Jordan, the Okavango Basin, and Afghanistan Bohol Water Utilities, Inc., The Philippines Catholic Relief Services - Global Chemonics USAID - Afghanistan City of Hargeisa, Somaliland

    Department of Interior and Local Government, Philippines Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI) - USAID Afghanistan Engineers-without-Borders UPenn/Cameroon and Guatemala Hospital Albert Schweitzer, Haiti IRG USAID - Lebanon

    Govt. of Botswana - Dept. of Water Affairs The Louis Berger Group USAID Afghanistan MWH MCC - Lesotho National Irrigation Authority, Philippines Sulu Provincial Government, Philippines

    Winrock International USAID - Philippines Water Resources Consultants (Pty.) Ltd.: Botswana and Lesotho The World Bank - Liberia WorldWater and Solar Technologies Corp.: Botswana, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Somalia, Somaliland, Sri Lanka, and South Africa. World Vision - Senegal

    UHL & Associates, Inc.258 S. Franklin St., PO Box 357, Lambertville, New Jersey www.vuawater.com (609) 947-1703 (o) 609-935-0631 (f)

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