Groundwater Assessment and Remediation
Data Management, Visualization, and Analysis
Geotechnical Infrastructure/Foundation Engineering
M.Sc., Environmental Hydrogeology, University of Waterloo, 1999
B.Sc., Earth Sciences, University of Waterloo, 1996
Jamey Rosen, P.Geo.
Environmental and Geotechnical Data Management, Hydrogeology, Earth Sciences,
Jamey Rosen is an associate hydrogeologist based in Ontario with 15 years of experience as a data management specialist. His focus areas are database design and management, geographic information systems (GIS), and remediation project management. Jamey has managed data for projects and facilities throughout the United States and Canada. As an environmental hydrogeologist, his experience includes site characterization, statistical analysis, numerical modeling, and conceptual design of engineered remediation systems.
Jamey specializes in assessing data management needs and designing robust and efficient data management systems to address them. These systems include: mechanisms to compile data from instrumentation and field activities; routines to analyze data using statistical and modeling algorithms; and modules that generate two- and three-dimensional GIS work products to map, visualize, and spatially analyze the data.
Jamey has managed large and complex data management systems for U.S. EPA Superfund sites (including the Berry’s Creek Study Area in New Jersey), long-term remediation systems, high-profile risk assessments, and large-scale construction projects. He is the lead developer of the WallTracker™ and GroutTracker™ construction quality control systems currently in use at sites owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and he is currently building the Wolf Creek Information Management System at the USACE’s highest priority dam. Jamey also provides technical support for environmental litigation efforts through data compilation and opposing database audits. He aids clients in the creation of exhibits designed to present complicated litigation data to stakeholders and attorneys and at legal proceedings.
Jamey continues to advance the state of the practice by participating as an invited speaker at conferences to discuss emerging environmental data management systems, including regular seminars given at dam safety conferences, construction society meetings, and to American Bar Association groups and law firms. He also teaches professional courses on the subject, including having taught a short course in Database and GIS Applications to Environmental Remediation, given as a National Groundwater Association webinar and at the 2008 and 2011 Battelle Environmental conferences.