Ms. Beetle-Moorcroft has experience as a hydrogeologist and geophysicist in both the public and private sectors. She has field experience drilling and developing Denver Basin bedrock wells and alluvial wells, conducting pump tests, water quality sampling, and running geophysical surveys (both near surface and borehole). Most recently, she has worked to develop an early warning detection system for PFAS through the creation of a sampling plan and comprehensive data analysis. She has also worked extensively in the San Luis Valley for her master’s thesis, where she studied groundwater and surface water interactions along the Alamosa River using a combination of near surface geophysics (resistivity & seismic refraction) and numerical modeling (MODFLOW-SFR).
Ms. Beetle-Moorcroft has further experience with geologic, hydrologic, and geophysical data interpretation and statistical analysis, geologic cross-section construction, GIS map construction, and numerical modeling.