Landon Woods, M.Sc., P.Geo. (BC, AB), has over a decade of experience tailoring geophysical solutions to geotechnical, hydrogeological, and environmental problems. He holds a B.Sc. in Geology and M.Sc. in Hydrogeology. His consulting experience spans from small-scale archaeological geophysical investigations to regional-scale airborne electromagnetic (AEM) constrained inversions for groundwater contamination plume delineation. Landon’s diverse geoscience background guides him in the selection of the appropriate geophysical techniques and survey design for a project’s needs, in addition to field execution, data processing, and interpretation. His hydrogeology experience extends to aquifer testing, hydraulic parameter estimation, conceptual hydrogeological model development, and numerical groundwater modelling. Landon sees geophysics, when combined with geological and hydrogeological knowledge, as a powerful investigative tool in solving the earth science problems affecting communities and projects. He has worked in western Canada, the USA, the Arctic, East Africa, New Zealand, and Israel. In addition to his consulting experience, Landon has volunteered and contributed to multiple humanitarian groundwater supply projects in East Africa.