Scott is a geologist/geomorphologist with broad experience in water resources and hydrologic monitoring. From water supply assessments to planning and implementing hydrologic investigations for stream habitat protection, he carefully guides projects from beginning to end. Scott excels in distilling technical data and studies into targeted documents for permitting and other client applications, and enjoys the challenge of adapting projects to meet the needs of all stakeholders involved. He has recently led several major projects assessing the effects of urbanization on streamflow and channel stability. Other projects have included hydrogeologic interpretation of groundwater sources and flowpaths, geomorphic basis-of-design for stream and wetland restoration, assessment of physical stream characteristics affecting habitat, and baseline hydrologic assessment and monitoring. Scott also manages Balance’s real-time streamflow and rainfall gaging program, from developing specification for datalogger communications to tweaking web page designs to meet client needs.