Engineering Geology (150 mins.)
Gary MB Kribbs, P.G., AEON Geoscience, Inc.
Matthew Morris, P.G., Gannett Fleming, Inc.
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PCPG Review Course Participant / Future ASBOG® Exam Candidates:
The components of this seminar are aligned with the general subject areas contained in the ASBOG® Geologist Examinations. However, the course is not intended as a sole-source for your test preparation. It is instead a proven resource and guide for your further preparation efforts. The course also provides a concentrated review and a general refresher for the practicing Professional Geologist.
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About our instructors
Gary M. B. Kribbs, P.G., President (AEON Geoscience. Inc.) - Kribbs received a B.A. in geology and an M.S. in geology from the Univ. of Toledo. Registered as a P.G. in five states, he is a structural geologist with 40 years' experience. Kribbs has conducted numerous watershed evaluations with a specialty in spring source water hydrogeologic investigations for the private sector with a focus on deep structural aquifers. Kribbs has conducted numerous landslide and slope failure investigations in landslide terrain on PennDOT, VDOT and commercial developments, and other large earthworks projects throughout PA, OH, TX and VA. He has provided technical expertise for excavation, grading, and geologic hazard mitigations of sinkholes and karst features, and has conducted deep mine investigations for commercial, highway, and solid waste projects. Also, channel and sediment evaluations for dredge disposal for ACOE and local port authorities.
Matthew Morris, P.G. (Gannett Fleming, Inc.) - Matt is the Geotechnical Practice Leader with Gannett Fleming, Inc. located in Pittsburgh, PA. Matt holds a M.S. in Geology from Kent State University, B.S. in Geology and Earth Science from Clarion University, and obtained his P.G. via ASBOG examination in 2005. Matt is Past President of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists. Since joining Gannett Fleming in 1999, Matt has worked on a variety of transportation, dam, and other infrastructure projects across the United States. Matt has project experience in most engineering geology and geotechnical engineering subject areas, but specializes in rock and soil slope stability evaluation and mitigative design. He has been integrally involved in rock slope and landslide stabilization projects for various Departments of Transportation, Transit Authorities, Private Utility Agencies and the Army Corps of Engineers.