Mr. Bandler is a hydrogeologist with interests in groundwater modeling, geophysics, and structural geology. He primarily works on Performance Assessment projects analyzing groundwater and surface water transport of radionuclides. Mr. Bandler has previously worked on a broad range of environmental and engineering projects for public, private, and government clients. He has been involved in data collection and analysis for engineering litigation, remediation planning, and tunnel construction, and was previously employed with the Colorado Division of Water Resources in their hydrogeological services group. Mr. Bandler holds an M.S. in Hydrology from Colorado School of Mines, where he researched slope aspect-dependent groundwater flow in the Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory (BcCZO). He also holds a B.A. in Geology from Colorado College, where he was involved in crustal-scale seismology and structural geology research in Wyoming and Argentina.