M. MERCURI, D.Sc., P.G.
Education: Doctor of Science degree in
University of Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy.
Completed February 20, 1968
from 5-year high school academic program
1963-64: University of Rome, Italy,
1964-68: University of Cagliari, Italy, Geology Major
of Cagliari, Italy, Research Fellow
April, 1968: Attended one-month course in Applied Geomorphology/Photogeologic
Analysis, organized by Unesco and the Italian Research Council
June-December, 1970: Attended
the University of Pennsylvania to study English (English as a second language program)
May, 1990: Short
Course in DNAPL Contaminants in Porous and Fractured Media, offered by the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
November, 1993: Short Course in DNAPL Contaminants in Porous and Fractured Media, offered by the University
of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
April, 1993: Statistics for Environmental Compliance, short course offered
by the Environmental Education Enterprises Institute.
Mercuri and Associates, Inc., President
1979-1986 Mercuri and Associates, Owner and Principal
hydrogeologist, Weldon C. Harris and Associates, Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
1974-1976 Consultant, hydrogeology
& engineering geology, Downsview, Ontario, Canada
1972-1973 Noranda Exploration, LTD., Timmins, Ontario
1971-1972 Porcupine Gold Mine, Timmins, Ontario, Canada
1968-1970 Research Fellow, University of Cagliari,
Consultant in hydrogeology, engineering geology, mineral deposits.
Registered Professional Geologist:
- Pennsylvania (Registration No. 162)
- South Carolina (Registration
- Florida (Registration No. 696)
- Certified Professional Geologist by the American Institute of Professional
New Jersey Certified Subsurface Evaluator (Registration No. 207267)
of Engineering Geologists
The New York Academy of Sciences
American Association for the Advancement of Sciences
Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers of the
National Ground Water Association
Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists
Water Resources Advisory Committee of the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC)