- Hydrologist / Civil Engineer
- 510-704-1000 x261
Tarick is a civil engineer and hydrologist specializing in 2D hydraulic modeling and river restoration design. Tarick’s technical expertise include fluvial hydrodynamic modeling, FEMA floodplain mapping, drainage studies, hydraulic structure design, sediment transport modeling, salmonid habitat restoration, and watershed modeling. He has worked extensively on habitat restoration and hydraulic river modeling projects located throughout California in collaboration with state and federal agencies as well as environmental non-profits and local water managers. Tarick is also experienced in directing field data collection efforts. He has led aerial data collection missions using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), in addition to traditional topographic surveying and stream gaging efforts. When he’s not in the office, he’s most likely backpacking in the Sierras or trying out a new recipe he learned while traveling abroad.
- California P.E. C81992
- M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Water Resources at University of California Davis, 2012
- B.S., Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of California Davis, 2009
1D/2D Hydraulic Modeling, ArcGIS, AutoCAD, BAHM, Fish Habitat, Fish Habitat and Passage, Fish Passage, GIS Analysis, Grant Strategies and Management, Groundwater, HEC-HMS, Hydraulics, Hydrologics, Illustration, Low Impact Design (LID), Outreach, Remote Sensing, Restoration Design, Riverine-Lagoon Dynamics, Sediment Transport, Sediment Transport Data Collection and Analysis, Sierra Meadows, Stormwater Detention, Stormwater Treatment, Stream Restoration, Stream and River Restoration, Water Policy, Water Quality, Watershed Studies, Wetland Restoration
- Coyote Creek Cross Valley Pipeline Extension Outfall Design, Valley Water, Santa Clara County, California
- Carmel River Floodplain Restoration and Environmental Enhancement Project (CRFREE), Big Sur Land Trust, Monterey County, California
- Stevens Creek Bank Restoration Phase 3, City of Cupertino, Santa Clara County, California
Abu-Aly, T.R., et al., Effects of LiDAR-derived, spatially distributed vegetation roughness on two-dimensional hydraulics in a gravel-cobble river at flo…, Geomorphology (2013), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.10.017 Key Words
Working with a team of passionate, smart people to solve complex environmental problems that often have no obvious solution.
Traveling off the beaten path, backpacking in the Sierras, honing my amateur chef skills, learning new languages, and playing pick-up rugby at the local park.
Traveling to a remote corner of the world and learning about unique cultures.