Eryn Torres is a Senior Professional based in California with ten years of experience focused on subsurface analysis, including geological, hydrogeological, and chemical evaluations to support remediation, groundwater sustainability, and resource estimation.
Eryn has a background in geophysics and geology and is a technical expert in the study and evaluation of natural resources, groundwater aquifers, aquifer communication, and the monitoring and remediation of environmental contaminants using three-dimensional (3-D) visualization and volumetric modeling software, (e.g., Earth Volumetric Studio and Leapfrog) along with statistical analysis tools and programming algorithms (e.g., Python). She has assisted clients in the management of complex data gathering and database management projects.
Active in stakeholder engagement, Eryn helps clients understand how decision criteria are properly considered in the technical approach. She has supported projects in various stages of investigation and remediation, providing visualizations, groundwater flow estimates, contaminated mass and volume estimates, resource-in-place estimates, and characterizations of conditions changing over time. Eryn also provides clients strategic guidance and evaluations for monitoring and remediation activities on sites with a variety of media and contaminants of concern.
Eryn is a lead for knowledge sharing regarding 3-D volumetric modeling and visualizations at Geosyntec. As a member of Geosyntec's information management practice group's Steering Committee, Eryn helps keep her colleagues at the leading edge of 3-D modeling and visualization software, applications, and deliverable formats. She is also responsible for establishing and disseminating 3-D volumetric modeling best practices and visualization presentations to promote consistent practices.