Andrew Marasco specializes in hydrologic services, stormwater and environmental compliance, and water quality monitoring. He performs field activities including measuring of streamflow and other hydrologic and geomorphic monitoring, installation and maintenance of hydrologic monitoring equipment, surveying, and post-restoration monitoring. He is experienced in data acquisition and has organized technical aspects of water quality, biologic monitoring, and stormwater monitoring projects. Andrew utilizes ArcGIS, including ArcGIS Field Maps and Online, for data acquisition and map production. Andrew has experience working with construction-based stormwater planning, water quality sampling, hazardous waste compliance, and environmental program management. Andrew has experience working in remote and difficult-to-access locations that require a strict adherence to safety and a highly adaptive style of problem solving. His professional experience extends into other adjacent environmental fields including trail design, biological monitoring, and hazardous waste/materials compliance. Andrew is passionate about environmental conservation and helping to build a future where humans and the natural world can thrive together.

  • B.S., Political Science, Montclair State University, 2016
  • Contra Costa County Hydrologic Maintenance, Contra Costa County Flood Control & Water Conservation District, Contra Costa County, California
  • Alameda County Hydrologic Data Acquisition and Management, Alameda County Public Works Agency, Alameda County, California
  • Mokelumne River Hydroelectric Generation Monitoring, PG&E, El Dorado County, CA

The best part of my job is spending time in nature and working alongside like-minded colleagues.

I would love to do field work in on the Mekong River in Thailand.

Eel River, Humboldt County, California