Publications

James D. Hirsch, M.S., P.G., is Principal Hydrogeologist/President of Applied Hydrogeologic Solutions LLC and past-chair of the FPMA Environmental Committee. James provides occasional commentary and analysis for FMPA’s magazine Petrogram.

Petrogram Spring 2012Environmental and Economic Security: Sufficiently and Consistently Funding the IPTF
James D. Hirsch, M.S., P.G.
Petrogram, Spring 2012
Petrogram Winter 2011Strategic Planning: A Roadmap for Affecting Positive Environmental Policy Changes
James D. Hirsch, M.S., P.G.
Petrogram, Winter 2011
 
Petrogram Fall 2011How FPMA Can Continue to Lead the Industry
James D. Hirsch, M.S., P.G.
Petrogram, Fall 2011
Groundwater: Past Achievements and Future ChallengesHirsch and Randazzo, “Hydraulic Seepage within an Astatic Karst Lake, North-Central Florida,” as published in Groundwater: Past Achievements and Future Challenges, A.A., Balkema, 2000
 

Presentations

  • Groundwater Models and their Proper use and Limitations in Water Use Permitting. Presented at the Florida Coastal School of Law, 2011.
  • Seepage Pathways and Head Potentials at Lake Wimauma, Florida. Presented at the American Institute of Professional Geologist – North American Geology in the 21st Century: Today and Tomorrow Meeting, Orlando, Florida, 2010.
  • Technical Session Moderator for the American Institute of Professional Geologist North American Geology in the 21st Century: Today and Tomorrow Meeting, Orlando, Florida, 2010.
  • Meeting Chair for Joint Florida Association of Professional Geologists and American Water Resources Association Meeting titled “Green Techniques for Remediating and Conserving Water Resources,” Gainesville, Florida, 2009.
  • Hydrologic Overview of the Marion County Farmland Preservation Area Presented to the Marion County Citizen’s Coalition Watershed Protection Workshop, Ocala, Florida, 2007.
  • Hydraulic Seepage within an Astatic Lake, North-Central Florida. Presented at the Florida Lake Management Society Meeting, Long Boat Key, Florida, 2000.