Daniel S. Weber, P.G., Hydrogeologist
Denver Operations Manager

areas of specialization mining hydrogeology and water management, water supply development, aquifer mechanics and testing, wellfield design and optimization, fractured rock hydrogeology

Daniel Weber is the Operations Manager of M&A’s Denver branch office. For nearly 30 years, he has applied his skills in project management, aquifer hydraulics, and hydrochemistry to solve challenging problems for municipal, industrial, and  mining clients. He has led or provided technical support for mining projects throughout the Andes and the southwestern U.S., managing groundwater exploration programs and modeling investigations for prefeasibility and feasibility studies. In addition, he has successfully developed water supplies for municipal and mining operations. He also specializes in analyzing wellfield operations for public and mining clients and designing long-term monitoring programs for regulatory reporting.

In recent years, Daniel has led several hydrogeological investigations to characterize and estimate the lithium brine resources. These investigations have entailed preparing reports following Canadian Securities Administrators National Instrument (NI) 43-101 and Australasian Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC) standards for technical reporting. He is a SME Registered Member as a Competent / Qualified Person (QP) and a registered Professional Geologist.

Hydro Notes

Estimating brine Mineral Resources and Reserves: A hydrogeologic perspective