Dennis E. Williams, founder and president of GEOSCIENCE Support services, Inc., has over 35 years of experience in ground water hydrology. Dr. Williams' education at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology includes advanced degrees in ground water hydrology under the direction of Professors Hantush and Jacob. After graduation he directed geohydrologic studies in the Owens and Mono Basins for the City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, followed by seven years in the Middle and Far East working on large scale ground water development and conjunctive use projects.|
Dr. Williams established GEOSCIENCE in 1978 to provide advanced technology consulting to the ground water industry. GEOSCIENCE specializes in ground water supply, development, management, amd protection and has consulted to most of the major water districts and agencies in the Southern California area, as well as clients in South America, Europe, and the Middle and Far East. Dr. Williams has also served as an expert witness in numerous legal issues (including arbitration, mediation and court trials) for both domestic and international clients.
A native of California, Dr. Williams has been a consultant to the United Nations and several foreign governments. He is also a part-time research professor at the University of Southern California, where he has taught graduate level courses in geohydrology and ground water modeling since 1980. Dr. Williams is the author of numerous publications on ground water, and was the principal author of the Handbook of Ground Water Development (John Wiley & Sons, 1990).
Dr. Williams is a registered California geologist, a certified hydrogeologist with the state of California, and a certified ground water hydrologist with the American Institute of Hydrology.