Cameron Tana, P.E., Principal Engineer
California Operations Manager

areas of specialization 3D groundwater flow and transport models, groundwater basin management, estuarine hydrodynamics models

Cameron’s focus is assisting public agencies in California manage their groundwater resources. Cameron uses analytical tools and numerical models to address his clients’ challenges and is particularly adept at selecting and implementing the analytical tools best suited to address specific ground- and surface-water issues. He is experienced at communicating technical findings to advance groundwater management, taking into account legal, economic, and political challenges. He has a wide variety of experience in groundwater basin management and has been at the forefront of Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) implementation.

Cameron is an expert groundwater modeler and has given talks on inverse methods for calibrating numerical models.  His experience includes finite difference and finite element flow models, associated packages for stream-aquifer interaction, vadose zone models transport models, density dependent models, and particle tracking.

Cameron is a registered civil engineer in California.  He has served as Chair of the Water Well Technology Committee of the American Water Well Association’s California-Nevada section and is a member of the Groundwater Committee of the Association of California Water Agencies. Cameron was co-founder and Vice President of HydroMetrics WRI, which was acquired by Montgomery & Associates in 2018.