Landon Woods

Geoscientist - Geophysics


Mr. Woods, M.Sc., P.Geo., 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 focused geophysical investigations to regional-scale airborne electromagnetic (AEM) constrained inversions for groundwater contamination plume delineation. His hydrogeology background has guided him in the selection of appropriate geophysical techniques for hydrogeophysical investigations, the interpretation of geophysical data, community groundwater supply studies, as well as aquifer testing and hydraulic property estimation. From landslides to coastal saltwater intrusion, Landon sees the combination of geophysics and hydrogeological knowledge as a powerful tool for evaluating earth science problems affecting communities and projects. He has experience applying geophysics to projects in western Canada, the USA, the Arctic, East Africa, New Zealand, and Israel. In addition to his consulting experience, Landon has volunteered on multiple humanitarian groundwater supply projects in East Africa.