Jesse Hall, GIT

Staff Geologist

Jesse’s experience in hydrogeology and water resources includes site investigation and characterization, groundwater and surface water monitoring, geologic mapping, data analysis, figure and graphics creation, geospatial analysis, groundwater monitoring well drilling and construction, and field sensor installation and programming. Before working as a hydrogeologist and water scientist, Jesse spent nearly a decade managing the AutoCAD…

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Because of climate change, water is going to become more of a critical resource. I want to play a part in developing the Pacific Northwest's water resources.

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Because of climate change, water is going to become more of a critical resource. I want to play a part in developing the Pacific Northwest's water resources.
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Who is Jesse Hall, GIT?

Jesse’s experience in hydrogeology and water resources includes site investigation and characterization, groundwater and surface water monitoring, geologic mapping, data analysis, figure and graphics creation, geospatial analysis, groundwater monitoring well drilling and construction, and field sensor installation and programming. Before working as a hydrogeologist and water scientist, Jesse spent nearly a decade managing the AutoCAD graphics department for a small environmental consulting firm, subsequently earning his bachelor and master of science degrees from OSU. After graduation, Jesse began his work at MFA as a field technician working to help rebuild communities after Oregon’s historic 2020 wildfire season. He quickly transitioned to a permanent staff geologist position supporting cost allocation processes related to the Portland Harbor Superfund Site.

Jessie and his partner in crime, Erin, enjoy camping and watersports with their young daughters. He also enjoys hanging out with his dog named River.

Education

Master of Science, Water Resources Science (Hydrogeology): Oregon State University

 

Bachelor of Science, Earth Science (Geology): Oregon State University

Licenses

State of Oregon, Board of Geologist Examiners, Geologist in Training, No. 2696

Certifications

40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations Training

 

Asbestos Awareness Training