Gustavo Porras, B.S., Hydrologist/Geological Engineer
Gustavo Porras applies his geotechnical and hydrogeological background to water supply exploration, aquifer characterization, dewatering analyses, and ground water-surface water interaction. In addition he has worked with community groups in creek and tidal wetland restorations and has directed storm water management projects.

• B.S. Geological Engineering, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 1988

  • de Berry, B., Woyshner, M., Porras, G., and Burck, A., 2008, The occurrence and environmental fate of pharmaceuticals and personal care products from treated wastewater percolation ponds, City of Ukiah, California: 21st Symposium Groundwater Resources Association of California, Emerging Contaminants, San Jose, California, November 2008. (pdf) (ppt)

  • White, C., Hecht, B., and Porras, G., 2004, Maintaining recharge to springs and seeps downgradient from residential developments - an analysis from Bodega Bay, California: Groundwater Resources Association, 13th Annual Meeting, Rohnert Park, California, September 23-24, 2004. (pdf) (pdf abstract)