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Tallahassee, FL
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June 13, 2019

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WILLIAM L. EVANS III

Professional Geologist- Florida license 1821

850-***-****; email: ac9lp9@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION: MS Geology - Department of Geology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL Dual BS Zoology/Biology - University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

February 1. 2015 – Present. President, E III Environmental Consulting Inc. Various environmental projects such as storm water analysis, ground penetrating radar, environmental permitting and impact statements for clients with commercial projects, and investment properties. Recent completion of manuscript: Lake Hydrology an Introduction to the Physics of Lake Mass Balance now under contract and revision with John Hopkins University Press. This text rigorously describes the physics of flow into and out of lake systems and wetlands as it pertains to lake stage, groundwater and lake bottom interaction, hypsometry, lake hydraulics, surface flow and evapotranspiration.

October 2013 – February 2015 Professional Geologist - Underground Injection Control, Division of Water Resource Management, Aquifer Protection Program, Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), 2600 Blairstone Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400. Responsible for 120 Class I and V injection well (wastewater and aquifer storage and recovery) facilities throughout the state of Florida. This included detailed evaluation on the construction, operation, and monitoring data of these systems as it pertains to UIC regulations and to potential impact on the water resources of the State. Extensive knowledge on the hydrogeological and potential for subsurface injection and artificial recharge and recovery operations of various geographic areas of the state including complex geochemistry interactions such as the mobilization of arsenic or uranium based isotopes due to injection. Review of lithologic, stratigraphic, hydrogeologic, and environmental interpretations as submitted by applicants in support of permit applications for injection wells, subsurface waste disposal, ground water monitoring, cleanup and plugging and abandonment. Preparation and review of permits and associated documents such as compliance reports, monitoring data interpretation, and quarterly and annual performance reports for Class I and Class V facilities. Served as a statewide program technical expert for geophysical log interpretations, mechanical integrity testing procedures, general geologic/hydrogeologic interpretation, and well construction. Served as an expert witness and routinely reviewed technical reports submitted by private groundwater consultants to provide comments and/or suggest changes before the final report is submitted. Participated in UIC related research projects in cooperation with water management districts, other state agencies, federal and local agencies and universities. November 2011 – October 2013: Professional Geologist, Florida Geological Survey, Division of Resource Assessment and Management, FDEP, 3000 Commonwealth Blvd., Suite 1, Tallahassee, FL 32303 FL 32304-7700. Primary Duties as one of the primary investigators is to assist in writing grants for United States Geological Survey (USGS) STATEMAP program and in managing the grant budget. The STATEMAP program involves geologic mapping of 1:100,000 scale quadrangles throughout the state. Mapping is done at a 1:24,000 scale and the final maps are published at 1:100,000 scale through the FGS Open-File Map Series (OFMS). The project requires wide-ranging knowledge of the GeoSys program, and various other software packages, including ArcMap, Excel, AutoCAD, CS4, and MS Word and Adobe Illustrator CS4. Extensive fieldwork and expertise in the lithostratigraphy of Florida is required for successful completion of these projects. Duties include description of cores and cuttings from within and around the study areas, collection of field samples, description of outcrops, collection of cores using a Mobile and CME Drill rig, geophysical logs and making decisions regarding the lithostratigraphic contacts from the cores and cutting samples. E III Environmental Consulting Inc.

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Geologic cross-sections are constructed to varying depths, depending on the stratigraphic units involved.

2006-November 2011 President, E III Environmental Consulting Inc. 2006-2011. CASA-12 organization environmental permitting for the City of Tallahassee commercial building permitting process. This included an extensive ground penetrating radar study to determine the likelihood of unknown grave locations from an adjacent historical cemetery on CASA property as part of the city’s environmental and cultural assessments. 2009-2010, Harmony Path Veterinary Clinic, Lockhart Texas; relocation project.

1988-2006 – Professional Geologist and Environmental Scientist with the State of Florida see below. 2000-2006: Professional Geologist, Florida Geological Survey Geologic Investigations Section. Primary Duties as one of the primary investigators is to assist in writing grants for United States Geological Survey (USGS) STATEMAP program (see above detailed job description and address). Completed 6 sets of geologic maps covering approximately 6,000 square miles throughout Florida (see pubs). Non-STATEMAP duties include managing an ongoing Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) study funded under the FGS Hydrogeology Program utilizing the surface geophysical methods such as time-domain electromagnetic (TDEM) surveys, transient electromagnetic (TME) sounding or source audio magnetelluric (CSMAT) profiling to characterize the ASR aquifer system by detecting spatial and temporal changes in water quality. Worked on the Springs Initiative Program as a hydrogeologist. 1998-2000: Hydrologist III – Division of Water Use Regulation, Department of Resource Management, St. Johns River Water Management District. 618 South Street, Orlando FL, 32801. Review and recommendations of complex agricultural, commercial and industrial public water supply consumptive use permits. Site assessments, hydrogeologic analysis impacts toward wetland and ground water use. Testified in Administrative Hearings as expert witness in hydrogeology and ground water modeling.

1994-1998: Professional Geologist - Underground Injection Control, Division of Water Facilities, FDEP. (see above current employment for detailed job description and address). Served on Federal and State Technical Advisory Committees for review of underground injection projects for potential impact on water resources; Recommending to permitting authority through the TAC of potential problems in the construction, operation and monitoring of these systems; Developing research priorities based on the knowledge of the needs of the water resources of the state, and initiate and participate in research projects, in cooperation with state, federal and local agencies and universities to fulfill these needs. Implemented and managed a $ 30,000 research project involving a detailed geologic framework investigation of the Florida Keys. Implemented and managed $81,000 Geochemical Study of the effects on aquifer storage and recovery systems on the hydrogeology and geochemistry of aquifer storage zones that led to the discovery of uranium and arsenic leaching into stored waters resulting in a solution to this problem by adjustment of pH of storage waters. 1988-1994: Senior Research Associate - Hydrogeologist - FDEP, Florida Geological Survey, Primary Investigator: Geologic framework investigations of the lower Floridan Aquifer System, from Brevard County to the Florida Keys, funded by EPA, to formulate protective criteria for injection- disposal wells (see pubs – Bull. 64).

1985-1988: Geologist/Environmental Biologist - E.I DuPont De Nemours, Stark, Florida 32901. Primary duties - Exploration and development of heavy mineral deposits with emphasis on titanium minerals. Targeting and supervision of exploration drilling. Personally implemented and supervised an extensive offshore exploration project along the coast of Georgia and Florida. Prepared environmental impact assessments with emphasis on wetlands and environmentally sensitive flora and fauna within exploration areas. Assisted in hydrogeological analyses of potential resource sites. MILITARY SERVICE

United State Marine Corps – Meritorious Mast, Meritorious Promotion to Corporal (E-4, NCO) Squad Leader, Security Chief, Cubi Point Naval Air Station, Marine Barracks Special Operations, Philippines

– Honorable Discharge.

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PUBLICATIONS

Evans, W. L. III 1986. Project Apollo-Georgia offshore heavy mineral exploration. E.I. DuPont, De Nemours R & D Proprietary Tech. Publ. 22 pp.

Evans, W. L. III, and Furbish D. 1989. Modeling fluctuating levels of karstic landlocked lakes: (abs) Geol. Soc. of Amer. Abs with Programs, v. 21, p. A224. Evans, W. L III. 1990. Hydrodynamics of karstic landlocked lakes: (abs) Ground Water, v. 28, n.4 Duncan, J., Evans W. and Taylor K. 1994 Geologic framework of the lower Floridan Aquifer System of Brevard County, Florida: Fla. Geol. Survey. Bull. 64, 127 pp. Evans, W. L. 1996. Modeling the Hydrodynamics of Closed Lake Basins; A Treatise on Lake Seepage. Copy Righted M.S. Thesis, Dept. of Geology, Florida State University, 160 pp. Duncan, J., Evans, W. L. III, and Taylor K. 1997. Subsurface Geologic Analysis of the Lower Floridan Aquifer System in East-Central Florida: (abs) Geol. Soc. of Amer. 29, No. 17697 Green, R., Means, G. H., Scott, T., Evans, W.L. III, Campbell, K.M., Paul, D.T., and Gaboardi, M.M., 2001, Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the southern portion of the USGS 1:100,000 Scale Crestview quadrangle, northwestern Florida: Florida Geological Survey Open-File Map Series 90, 2 Plates.

Green, R., Evans, W.L. III, Paul, D.T., Campbell, K.M., and Gaboardi, M.M., 2002, Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the western portion of the USGS 1:100,000 Scale Marianna quadrangle, NW Florida: Florida Geological Survey Open-File Map Series 91, 2 Plates. Green, R.C., Evans, W.L. III, Bryan, J., and Paul, D., 2003, Geologic map of the eastern portion of the USGS 1:100,000 Scale Marianna Quadrangle, northwestern Florida: Florida Geological Survey Open-File Map Series 92, 2 plates. Evans, W. L. III, Green, R. C., Bryan, J., and Paul, D., 2004, Geologic map of the western portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 scale Gainesville Quadrangle, north-central Florida: Florida Geological Survey Open-File Map Series 93, 2 plates. Green, R.C., Evans, W.L., III, Paul, D.T., and Scott, T.M., 2005, Geologic Map of the eastern portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 scale Gainesville Quadrangle, Northern Florida: Florida Geological Survey Open-File Map Series No. 94, 2 plates, Scale 1:100,000. Evans, W.L.III, 2008, Analysis of Ground Penetrating Radar Survey to Investigate the Likelihood and/or Location of Unidentified Grave Sites on CASA-12 Property, Tallahassee Fl. E III Environmental Consulting Report. 22 pp.

Green, R.C., Evans, W.L, Williams, C.P., Kromhout, C., Bassett, S.W., and Hannon, L.M., 2012, Geologic map of the USGS Tarpon Springs 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, central Florida: Florida Geological Survey Open File Map Series 104, scale 1:100,000. Green, R.C., Evans, W.L, Williams, C.P., Kromhout, C., and Bassett, S.W., 2012, Text to accompany geologic map of the U.S.G.S. Tarpon Springs 30 x 60-minute quadrangle, central Florida: Florida Geological Survey Open File Report 98, 40 p. Green, R.C., Evans, W.L, Bassett, S.W., and Hannon, L.M., 2013, Geologic map of the USGS Daytona Beach 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, central Florida: Florida Geological Survey Open File Map Series 105, scale 1:100,000.

Evans, W.L. (in review), Lake Hydrology an Introduction to the Physics of Lake Mass Balance now under contract and review with John Hopkins University Press ~ 350-400 pp. Evans, W.L. (in review), In Review, Modeling the vertical flow of injected waters, injectate density for determining “hydraulic” confinement in underground injection wells. 9 pp. E III Environmental Consulting Inc.

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HONORS AND ACTIVITIES

2010- Chairman, STATEMAP Technical Advisory Committee, Board of Directors Florida Association of Professional Geologist, three FDEP Extra Effort Awards, 1999 FDEP Bureau of Water Facilities Regulation Employee of the Month Award, 1999 Division of Waste Management Appreciation Award, 2003 Team Extra Effort Award, 2 National Geological Society of America Research Grants, American Water Foundation Fellowship, Southeastern Geological Society Research Grant, AMOCO Fellowship, Banks Award, Florida State University Student Advisory Committee, FSU Graduate Student Representative, President FSU Geological Society, Secretary American Water Resources Association FSU Student Chapter, Primitive Skills, Isshinryu Karate, Vipassana (Insight) Meditation (10 day retreat taught by SN Goenka). Attended numerous 3-7 day meditation retreats in Mo-Chao (Silent Illumination) meditation and student of Chan (Chinese Zen) including two 7 day meditation pilgrimages to Taiwan Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Monastery, Organization of Artificial Reefs Diving Volunteer; various SCUBA certifications including NAUI Reef Research Diver, Vice President, Board of Directors Tallahassee Chan Center (TCC), Meditation teacher and Teacher in Training TCC including teaching weekly meditation classes at Kearny Homeless Shelter and Clubhouse for Sober Alcoholics and Addicts in Tallahassee. Currently Chief Financial Officer with JJ2 Inc. – this is a newly formed company that has a patent-pending affordable device to help people without the use of their arms to feed themselves (Feb. to Nov. 2016 trip to SE Asia was to R&D this device). Technical Training Courses

1. Physical Processes in Contaminant Hydrogeology – 2.1 continuing education units

(CEU).Environmental Education Enterprises (EEE), 2764 Sawbury Blvd, Columbus OH 43234, 2. Karst Hydrogeology – 2.8 CEU credits EEE.

3. Applied Environmental Statistics: 36 hours of course-work. FDEP, Tallahassee FL, 4. Principles of Artificial Recharge, 2 CEU credits. American Society of Civil Engineers 5. Introduction ArcView GIS, 20 hours of course-work. ESRI Educational Services 6. EPA UIC Certification Course, Atlanta GA, October 2014.



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