James S. Ulrick, P.G., C.E.G., C.HG.
M.S. Geology, 1981 University of California, Davis, California
B.A. Geology, 1972 University of California, Santa Barbara, California
Certified Hydrogeologist: California #227
Certified Engineering Geologist: California #1221
Professional Geologist: California #3834
1996-present Consulting Hydrogeologist; Ulrick & Associates, Orinda, California
1995-1996 Senior Hydrogeologist; Brown, Vence & Associates; San Francisco, California
1989-1995 Senior Hydrogeologist, 3E Engineering, Fremont, California
1987-1989 Senior Project Hydrogeologist, Levine-Fricke, Inc., Emeryville, California
1981-1987 Project Hydrogeologist, David Keith Todd Consulting Engineers, Berkeley, California
1979-1981 Project Engineer, Storm Engineering/Spray Waste, Inc., Davis, California
1978-1979 Research Assistant, Dept. of Geology, University of California, Davis, California
1977-1978 Graduate Student Assistant, Department of Water Resources, Oroville, California
1976-1977 Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Geology, University of California, Davis, California
1974-1975 Engineering Geologist, Harding-Lawson Associates, San Rafael, California
1972-1973 Engineering Geologist, Maurseth-Howe-Lockwood and Assoc., Los Angeles, California
Abbott, David and Jim Ulrick, Spring 2005, Department of Health Services Waterworks Standards for Public Water Supply Systems. Hydrovisions: v. 14, n. 1, pp. 5, 18.
Ulrick, James, June 2002, Grand Reopening: When Rising Ground Water Levels Closed a University Library, a Dewatering Strategy Proved to Be the Answer. Water Well Journal: p. 22-24.
Ulrick, James S., "Rising Shallow Groundwater and Permanent Dewatering of Buildings, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California." Association of Engineering Geologists and Groundwater Resources Association 2000 Annual Meeting, San Jose, CA.
University of California Extension, Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) Examination Review Course, Fundamentals of Hydrogeology and Groundwater Remediation, Annually 1996-present.
Ulrick, James S. and Mehrdad Javaherian, "Use of Kriging in Spatial Estimation for Simulation of Groundwater Flow, Escondida Copper Mine, Antofagasta, Chile." Association of Engineering Geologists and Groundwater Resources Association 1995 Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA.