Morgan Warren joined Life Cycle Geo in August 2020 to support and grow Life Cycle Geo’s innovative technical practice. He brings significant expertise in geochemistry, mineralogy, hydrogeology, statistics, and numerical/computation modeling with a focus on solving problems in the natural environment. His project experience includes: geochemical characterization, hydrogeochemical conceptual model development, monitored natural attenuation (MNA), baseline studies, mine closure studies, remedial fate and transport reactive transport modeling in both saturated and variably saturated media, instrumentation, and applying machine learning models to materials management. More recently, Morgan has been focused on growing a practice applying modern data analytics techniques such as statistical learning models and multivariate statistics to solving complex, geochemical and hydrogeochemical problems.
Morgan excels at finding a balance between practicality and complexity to deliver as much value as possible for our clients. He has supported clients in the mining and oil and gas space in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Peru, Spain, Turkey, and the USA working as part of or leading international teams in each part of the mine life cycle from permitting to closure.
Morgan enjoys spending his spare time hiking and skiing with his wife and two daughters in the beautiful Colorado outdoors.