President, International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) Professor at the University of Nevada
David Kreamer, Ph.D. is a Professor of Geoscience, and past Director of the interdisciplinary Water Resources Management Graduate Program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Dave serves as President of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH), and is past IAH Vice President for North America. David also served as Division Director of the National Groundwater Association and is a past President of the Universities Council on Water Resources. Dave’s research includes work on water and international security, maintaining good water quality supply for people and ecosystems particularly in economically developing regions, combating environmental contamination, and water quality and quantity analysis and improvement. His current research includes groundwater contamination studies, groundwater dependent ecosystem sustainability in U.S. National Parks and public lands, and water supply in Africa. He has authored over 65 professional publications, recently co-authoring the 3rd Edition of the textbook “Contaminant Hydrogeology” (Waveland Press). He has given over 150 invited lectures. David has served as a professional consultant/expert witness, has testified before the United States Congress, and addressed the United Nations General Assembly. He also has given presentations at over 40 universities, and has been an invited speaker in Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Pacific island nations, South America, Africa and the Middle East.