MBMG Staff

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Ginette A. Abdo
Senior Research Hydrogeologist— Program Manager for
Ground Water Investigation Program


Professional Experience

2014Present, Senior Research Hydrogeologist, Program Manager for
Ground-Water Investigation (GWIP)

20092014, Senior Research Hydrogeologist, GWIP
19902009, Assistant Museum Curator, Assistant Research Hydrogeologist,
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Butte

19891990, Consultant, Nittany Geosciences, State College, Pennsylvania

19871989, Consultant, Bucek and Associates, Boalsburg, Pennsylvania

19841986, Research Assistant, Department of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park

1986, Field Assistant, Department of Entomology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park

19841986, Teaching Assistant, Department of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park

 

Education

M.S.Geology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Thesis titled: "Investigation of the Potential of a Petroleum Geochemical Exploration Technique to Delineate Petroleum-contaminated Groundwater"

B.A.Geology and Environmental Science, Long Island University, C.W. Post College, Long Island, New York

 

Certification

Mine Safety Training, U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health
Administration, Butte, Montana

40-hour Hazardous Waste Site and Emergency Response Training Course, Butte, Montana

 

 


Outside Publications/Presentations

Abdo, G. A. 1990. Investigation of the Potential of a Petroleum Geochemical Exploration Technique to Delineate Petroleum-Contaminated Ground Water. M.S. thesis. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University. 155 pp.

Abdo, G. A. 1986. Hydrologic and Environmental Significance of Fracture Trace and Lineament Related Structure. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, January 13–15, 1986. Topic: Correlation between Photolinears and Fractures Measured in a Glacial Till in Western New York.

Abdo, G. A. 1985. Workshop on Site Characterization, West Valley Demonstration Project West Valley, New York, October 28–29, 1985. Topic: A Non-Destructive Plume Mapping Technique.