Director, Office of Research, Planning and Performance, California State Water Resources Control Board
Erik Ekdahl is the Director of the State Water Board’s Office of Research, Planning and Performance. Erik joined the State Water Board in 2008, where he focused on nitrate and groundwater contamination issues and development of GeoTracker GAMA, an on-line data tool, as part of the Board’s Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program. He has worked as Program Manager for the Division of Financial Assistance’s Integrated Regional Water Management and Stormwater Grant Programs. Most recently, Erik was Program Manager for the Board’s new Groundwater Management Unit, which is responsible for developing and implementing the Board’s responsibilities under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act. Erik is a licensed Engineering Geologist, with a Ph.D in Geology from the University of Michigan.
SESSION: Environmental Policy and Agriculture: Water Supply, Storm Water, and Greenhouse Gasses
November 15 | 8:30 - 10:00 AM | Main Hall | 1.5 CCA