Paul Inkenbrandt

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Paul C. Inkenbrandt

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Jan 19, 2020
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It was a great online class with Prof. Inkenbrandt! He actually wrote the textbook and he even puts practice quizzes in chapters. He has a straightforward grading criteria. No tricks at all. Interesting vids and great labs!! I suggest you attend the fieldtrip because it would really help your grade and understanding. Be prepared to spend 10 hours give or take per week on this class. He's very responsive and he's easy on late submissions!

Jan 3, 2020
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Prof. Paul is very passionate and knowledgeable! I had so much fun in this class!!

Biography

Salt Lake Community College - Geology


Resume

  • 2006

    MS

    3.91 GPA\n\nRELEVANT CLASSES:\nGeochemistry

    geostatistics

    fate of environmental contaminants

    GIS - water resources

    techniques for hydrologic investigations

    groundwater engineering

    HAZWOPER 40hr

    Geology

    USU Geology Club

    Utah State University

    Hazardous Chemical Safety

    Hydrogeology

    Analysis and Fate of Environmental Contaminants

    Techniques of Groundwater Investigation

    GIS - Water Resources

    Statistical Methods

    Geochemistry

    Groundwater Engineering

    Calculus III

    Quantitative Methods in Geology

    Environmental Geology

    Geomorphology

    Applied Machine Learning: Foundations

    Lynda.com

    Professional Geologist

    Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing

    8086089-2250

    Online Teacher Credential

    facultydevelopment@slcc.edu

    CREDLY-16906987

    PHP Essential Training

    Lynda.com

    The Data Scientist’s Toolbox

    Coursera

    Advanced Python

    Lynda.com

    R Programming

    Coursera

    Food Handler Permit

    Salt Lake Valley Health Department

    4XGD-PTT083

    Duolingo Spanish Fluency: Elementary (Estimated)

    Duolingo

    Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED/First Aid

    American Red Cross

  • 2001

    BS

    3.97 GPA\n\nRELEVANT CLASSES:\nHydrogeology

    Environmental Geology

    Calculus III

    Geomorphology

    Geology

    USI Geology Club

    University of Southern Indiana

  • eTextbook.pdf

    Cover

    Intro Geology Textbook

    Arranging distinguished speakers for monthly luncheons. Coordinating audio-video setup.

    Utah Geological Association

    President

    Utah Geological Association

    Data Entry Volunteer

    Helped with data entry and maintenence of a membership database (CiviCRM). Cleaned garden beds and performed some light gardening. http://wasatchgardens.org/\n

    Wasatch Community Gardens

    Social Planner for 2013 RMS meeting.

    Helped organize a social event for a regional geological meeting.

    American Association of Petroleum Geologists

    2016 Guidebook Editor

    One of three editors for the Utah Geological Association Guidebook on Utah's West Desert.

    Utah Geological Association

    Webmaster

    Optimized site for multi-platform viewing. Designed and implemented an online membership renewal page. Created search-engine-optimized journal hosting site (OJS) with Crossref permalinks (https://www.utahgeology.org/giw/). Initiated a document storage site to host newsletters and archive material (https://www.utahgeology.org/resourcespace/).

    Utah Geological Association

    Gallery Interpreter

    Communicated to museum visitors about the resources in the museum. Created exciting earth science curriculum

    including an earthquake dance!

    Natural History Museum of Utah

    Webmaster

    Updating and managing the Utah Earthquake Safety Website (

    Geologists and Engineers for Earthquake Safety (GEEQS)

    Treasurer

    Managed association funds. Set up a PayPal account for the organization and created an option for members to pay with debit and credit cards. Accepted incoming fees and contributions. Made catering arrangements for monthly luncheons.

    Utah Geological Association

    PSAT Combined Score (Selection Index)

    GRE Combined (V+Q)

    Geomorphology

    Water Quality

    Water

    GPS

    Earth Science

    Field Work

    Microsoft Excel

    Environmental Awareness

    Hydrogeology

    Geological Mapping

    Geostatistics

    ArcGIS

    PHREEQ

    GIS

    PowerPoint

    Geology

    Groundwater

    Remote Sensing

    Hydrology

    Groundwater Modeling

    Cache Valley Aquifer Storage and Recovery-Site Assessment for Millville City

    Cache County

    Utah

    Injecting fresh water from a spring into a well with elevated nitrate.

    Cache Valley Aquifer Storage and Recovery-Site Assessment for Millville City

    Cache County

    Utah

    Melissa Hendrickson

    Defining flow and chemistry of a spring near Vernal

    Utah.

    Baseline Hydrology of Ashley Spring

    Matt Affolter

    Free Textbook for College-Level Introductory Geology Courses

    An Introduction to Geology

    Groundwater Levels of Round Valley

    Utah

    Steve Bowman

    Mike Lowe

    Tyler Knudsen

    Utah Geological Survey Special Study 150

    see title

    Investigation of land subsidence and earth fissures in Cedar Valley

    Iron County

    Utah

    This report uses extensive data to display statewide and temporal nitrate concentration trends in groundwater.

    Mapping tool to show trends in groundwater nitrate concentrations in Utah

    Kevin Thomas

    This report outlines the investigation of using a gravel pit as an ASR site.

    Cache Valley Aquifer Storage and Recovery Site Assessment: Phase II

    Hydraulic parameters of aquifers in Cache Valley were compiled from existing but largely unpublished data

    from specific capacity data reported in well drillers' records

    and from aquifer tests conducted for this study. A GIS database was also created to organize this information.

    Estimates of the Hydraulic Parameters of Aquifers in Cache Valley

    Utah and Idaho

    Mike Lowe

    Quality of water in the main aquifer in Davis County area. These maps help managers make informed decisions involving groundwater.

    Groundwater Quality Classification for the Principal Basin-fill Aquifer

    East Shore Area

    Davis County

    Utah

    Kevin Thomas

    Description of groundwater conditions in Washington County

    Utah.

    Regional Groundwater Flow and Water Quality in the Virgin River Basin and Surrounding Areas

    Utah and Arizona

    Kevin Thomas

    Mike Lowe

    Stefan Kirby

    Hydrogeologic studies and groundwater monitoring in Snake Valley and adjacent hydrographic areas

    west-central Utah and east-central Nevada

    Stefan Kirby

    Water chemistry

    geology

    and discharge on a developing mountain.

    Hydrogeology of the Powder Mountain Area

    Weber and Cache Counties

    Utah

    Mike Lowe

    Kevin Thomas

    This report outlines the search for adequate ASR sites in Cache Valley

    Utah.

    Cache Valley Aquifer Storage and Recovery Site Assessment: Phase I

    Investigating ASR feasibility in Millville.

    Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Millville

    Cache County

    Utah

    Thomas Pickett

    A strong inverse correlation exists between groundwater-levels and barometric pressure. Following successful quantification and removal of the barometric effects on water-level data

    the residual hydrographs result from Earth-tide induced crustal deformation stresses.

    Barometric and Earth-Tide Induced Water-Level Changes in the Inglefield Sandstone in Southwestern Indiana

    Cache County is interested in storing water in the unconsolidated basin-fill aquifers of Cache Valley

    Utah. We have been exploring sites and methods to accomplish this task.

    Kevin Thomas

    National Ground Water Monitoring Network

    Collecting data for and maintaining a state-wide long-term water quality database of Utah groundwater.

    EPA Exchange Network

    1. Improve data connection between Utah Division of Drinking Water and the U.S. EPA\n2. Oversee creation of web interface for access to multi-agency chemistry data\n3. Create tools/scripts to analyze chemistry data.

    Snake Valley/West Desert Groundwater Monitoring Network

    In early 2007 the Utah State Legislature requested that the UGS establish a groundwater monitoring-well network in Utah’s west desert

    in response to proposed water-development projects in east-central Nevada and west-central Utah.\n\nGroundwater monitoring sites include wells

    surface-flow gages to measure spring discharge

    and shallow piezometers in wetlands established as part of a habitat inventory. Wells and piezometers are equipped with pressure transducers and data loggers that are downloaded quarterly. Surface-flow data are relayed to the Department of Natural Resources in real time via radio telemetry.

    Paul

    Inkenbrandt

    Uber

    Millcreek Coffee Roasters

    University of Kentucky

    Salt Lake Community College

    Caffe Ibis

    Utah Geological Survey

    Utah State University

    Closing and opening store; handling money; assisting customers; preparing gourmet beverages efficiently

    Caffe Ibis

    Geologic Technician

    Assisted in ascertaining ground water quality in relation to agriculture and well construction of Jackson Purchase Area in western Kentucky. RESPONSIBILITIES:\nCorresponded with well owners with regards to sampling

    prepared sampling equipment including sample bottles and pumps

    collected field parameters using GPS and multi-parameter probes

    retrieved ground water samples in a manner consistent with protocol

    sent water samples to state laboratory

    and maintained water quality database.

    University of Kentucky

    Research Assistant

    Conducting thesis research. \nResponsible for compiling properties of aquifers in Cache Valley

    Utah. Collected field data via aquifer tests (pumping single/multiple wells) and compiled previous unpublished research from state and federal agencies. Analyzed both field data and previously collected data and prepared the data for publication. Added all compiled information into a spatial database for ease of use.

    Utah State University

    Millcreek Coffee Roasters

    657 S. Main St.

    Salt Lake City

    Utah

    Delivering coffee beans and products to retailers\nhttp://www.millcreekcoffee.com

    Delivery Driver

    Greater Salt Lake City Area

    Driver

    Uber

    Creating Creative Commons curriculum for a geographical/spatial statistics course. Co-developer of the SLCC online geology course. Co-author on the the OER online geology textbook.

    Salt Lake Community College

    Utah Geological Survey

    Salt Lake City

    Utah

    Conducted hydrogeological investigations.

    Senior Geologist

    English

    Spanish

    Latin

    German

    Victor H and Elizabeth A Barnett Research Award

    University of Southern Indiana

    Crawford Award

    The Crawford Award recognizes outstanding achievement

    accomplishments

    or contributions by UGS scientists to the understanding of some aspect of Utah geology or Earth science. The award is named in honor of Arthur L. Crawford

    first director of the UGS.\nAwarded for Special Study 150 (http://geology.utah.gov/online/ss/ss-150.pdf)

    Utah Geological Survey

    Outstanding Geology Graduate

    Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant

    Based on student and faculty reviews.

    Utah State University

    Walter F Sill Memorial Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Geology

    University of Southern Indiana Geology Dept

    John C. Frye Memorial Award in Environmental Geology

    For “Investigation of Land Subsidence and Earth Fissures in Cedar Valley

    Iron County

    Utah

    ” UGS Special Study 150 (http://geology.utah.gov/online/ss/ss-150.pdf)

    Geological Society of America and the American Association of State Geologists

    Walter F Sill Geology Field Camp Award

    University of Southern Indiana Geology Dept.

    Crawford Award

    The Crawford Award recognizes outstanding achievement

    accomplishments

    or contributions by UGS scientists to the understanding of some aspect of Utah geology or Earth science. The award is named in honor of Arthur L. Crawford

    first director of the UGS.\nAwarded for UGS Bulletin 135 (http://geology.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/pdf/b-135txt.pdf)

    Utah Geological Survey

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