B.S. Geology, University of Wyoming, 1983
M.S. Geology (Hydrogeology), University of Wyoming, 1986
Ph.D. Geography, Oregon State University, 2006
Todd has over 35 years of experience as a hydrogeologist specializing in groundwater development and source water protection with emphasis in fractured rock and karst terranes. With professional licenses as a Certified Engineering Geologist, Certified Water Right Examiner, and Certified Mediator, his interests include transboundary aquifers, water conflict resolution, and education in water science and policy. Todd is a member of the faculty of the OSU Water Resources Graduate Program in Water Resources Engineering, Water Resources Science and Water Resources Policy and Management. He is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Oregon Law School where he instructs a course in Environmental Conflict Resolution. Todd served on the Oregon State Board of Geologists Examiners as an appointee by Governor Kitzhaber. He currently serves on the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineers and Land Surveyors appointed by Governor Brown. Todd is the author of the book Contesting Hidden Water: Conflict Resolution for Groundwater and Aquifers and Collective Aquifer Governance: Dispute Prevention for Groundwater and Aquifers through Unitization. He is the Secretary-Treasurer of the National Institutes for Water Resources.
Institute for Water and Watersheds
234 Strand Agricultural Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-2208