ForensisGroup Sediment Transport Expert Witnesses are well-versed in hydrology and geomorphology, with expertise in sediment transport, erosion floods, debris flows and mudslides, hydrology of landslides, impact of fire on watersheds, and watershed hydrology fluvial systems. Others have experience in groundwater flow, contaminant transport, and water quality analysis. They specialize in hydraulic, geochemical and contaminant fate modeling, statistical evaluation of multi-variable data, and forensic technical analysis.
Our sediment transport expert witnesses perform hydrology and hydraulic engineering calculations; water resources planning; and geospatial data processing and analysis.
They design sedimentation basins, storm water BMPs, and related hydraulic structures. They evaluate surface water pollutant fate and transport processes, perform flood hazard analyses, and prepare drainage master plans. A large part of their expertise involves conducting sediment transport studies for companies and in preparation for litigation of issues of hazardous waste, groundwater contamination, water rights, surface water, and underground storage tank-related cases.
These experts have professional experience as hydrogeologists and geologists. They are state-certified geologists and hydrogeologists and are members of the National Groundwater Association, the Geologic Society of America, and the Geothermal Resources Council.
In the event that you are unable to locate a suitable sediment transport expert witness from our highly qualified selection, please contact our office—we help you find the right expert witness for your case, as well as provide you with a free initial case consultation. Our experts do not pay to be listed, so each individual is added to our selection based only on the results of a rigorous screening process.