News from M&A
  • Lisa Porta to present at November LSI conference

    Lisa Porta, P.E., Senior Water Resources Engineer at Montgomery & Associates, will present at a Law Seminars International (LSI) virtual conference held November 4 and 5, 2021. Her presentation is titled “Technical case study of Northern Sacramento Valley...

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  • M&A participates in upcoming conferences in California and Utah

    Montgomery & Associates (M&A) is pleased to participate in two upcoming conferences in October.

    Cameron Tana, P.E., Principal Hydrologist and California Operations Manager, and Bill DeBoer, P.G., C.Hg., Senior Hydrogeologist, will participate in The American Water Works Association (AWWA)...

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  • M&A to participate in NWRA’s Minerals & Mine Water Management Symposium

    Montgomery & Associates is proud to sponsor and participate in the 2021 Minerals & Mine Water Management Symposium, October 12 and 13, 2021, in Sparks, Nevada. Chris Cottingham, Principal Hydrogeologist and Intermountain West Operations Manager, will co-present two...

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  • M&A sponsors upcoming AHS Symposium

    Montgomery & Associates (M&A) is proud to sponsor and participate in the Arizona Hydrological Society’s (AHS) 33rd Annual Symposium, to be held in Phoenix September 15-17, 2021.
    Hosted by the Phoenix...

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  • M&A to participate in MINExpo 2021

    Montgomery & Associates (M&A) is proud to participate in the National Mining Association's MINExpo 2021, held September 13-15 in Las Vegas.

    This event, billed as the largest of its kind, features exhibitors and...

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  • M&A to present at GRA Western Groundwater Congress

    Montgomery & Associates (M&A) is a proud sponsor of and participant in the Groundwater Resources Association of California’s fourth annual Western Groundwater Congress. Lisa Porta, P.E., water resources...

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  • M&A to sponsor WRRC Annual Conference

    Montgomery & Associates (M&A) is proud to be a gold sponsor of the Water Resources Research Center’s (WRRC) 2021 Annual Conference, held virtually August 30 to September 1, 2021. This year’s theme is “Tribal Water Resilience in a Changing...

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  • M&A to sponsor WateReuse Symposium in Flagstaff

    Montgomery & Associates (M&A) is proud to participate in and sponsor the Arizona Water Reuse Symposium, held in Flagstaff July 25-27, 2021. The symposium is organized by WateReuse Arizona and the AZ Association Reuse Committee as an exchange of...

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  • M&A’s Juliet McKenna to present at AZ Water Association webinar

    Juliet McKenna, P.G., Principal Hydrogeologist at Montgomery & Associates (M&A), will present at the AZ Water Association Water Conservation Committee's technical workshop webinar on June 30, 2021. Her presentation is titled "Considerations for Drought Plans: Translating Hydrology into Actions."

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  • M&A announces 2021 El Día del Agua winner

    Montgomery & Associates (M&A) is pleased to announce that the winner of the $2,500 Montgomery Prize for Best Oral Presentation at this year’s El Día del Agua y la Atmosfera Conference is Chloe Fandel. Her presentation is titled...

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Hydro Notes
M&A experts write articles on water topics important to you
  • Lithium brine exploration and extraction: a growing industry

    Lithium, commonly used in batteries, has become a critical resource with the proliferation of electric vehicles, cell phones, and solar power systems. According to an article in Mining Technology, “Lithium is a red-hot topic, given its status as one of...

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  • M&A Data Management System powers groundwater sustainability

    The Montgomery & Associates Data Management System (M&A DMS) is the engine that powers the Salinas Valley Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency’s (SVBGSA) progress towards sustainable groundwater management. As a component of its Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs), SVBGSA is required by...

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  • M&A plays significant role in MAR

    From the 1950s through the 1990s, as farms, mines, and cities in the Southwest pumped increasing amounts of groundwater, the aquifers became overdrafted. One important way that the Arizona Groundwater Management Act of 1980 sought to reduce groundwater overdraft was...

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  • Keep Calm & SGMA On!

    California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) is a complex program with a new language that must be mastered by consultants, basin managers, and stakeholders alike. When California first embarked upon the SGMA journey five years ago, there was a lot...

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