Allen Clements, GIT

Staff Geologist

Allen has diverse environmental consulting and scientific research experience working with state, federal, and industrial clients throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alabama. Since joining MFA in 2017, Allen has completed site assessments and characterization, remedial investigations, and remedial actions for a range of projects involving mining, industrial stormwater permit compliance, underground storage tank decommissioning, and…

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From a young age I’ve had a fascination with the natural processes that shape our surrounding environment. Geology is a captivating interdisciplinary science and working at MFA provides me the opportunity to apply my interest in geology to solve the ever-evolving and changing needs of our clients.

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From a young age I’ve had a fascination with the natural processes that shape our surrounding environment. Geology is a captivating interdisciplinary science and working at MFA provides me the opportunity to apply my interest in geology to solve the ever-evolving and changing needs of our clients.
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Who is Allen Clements, GIT?

Allen has diverse environmental consulting and scientific research experience working with state, federal, and industrial clients throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alabama. Since joining MFA in 2017, Allen has completed site assessments and characterization, remedial investigations, and remedial actions for a range of projects involving mining, industrial stormwater permit compliance, underground storage tank decommissioning, and brownfield redevelopment. Allen’s fieldwork background includes geologic logging of subsurface materials; soil, soil gas, sediment, groundwater, surface water, and stormwater sampling; site characterization; and application of near-surface geophysics techniques.

Allen also has experience in technical report writing, environmental data management, hydrogeology and geochemistry research, and geologic mapping. In his graduate research, Allen analyzed stable isotopes and geochemical parameters in groundwater to study contaminant transport in a karst system in northern Alabama.

Away from the office, Allen enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest through rock climbing, skiing, backpacking, and mountain biking.

Education

Master of Science in Geology, Auburn University

Bachelor of Science in Geology, Indiana University

Licenses

Geologist in Training: Oregon, No. T2650

Certifications

40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operation Training

First Aid/CPR/AED Training

MSHA Mine Safety Training, Part 48

Transportation Security Administration Transportation Worker Identification Credential

Small Water Systems Training Course

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