Dr. Candace Grand Pre (BA, Franklin and Marshall College; PhD University of Pennsylvania) is a geologist, paleoclimatologist, micropaleontologist, and Quaternary geologist. She has conducted field-based geology research in South America (fluvial geology, stratigraphy and sedimentology), Indonesia (paleotectonics and paleoenvironmental change), and North America (paleoclimate, tectonics, environmental change, and sea level research). Upon graduating with her PhD from University of Pennsylvania she was a visiting assistant professor at Franklin and Marshall College for two years, where she currently remains a visiting scholar. She served as Earthwater Technologies, Inc. Project Manager for projects in California and Texas.
Her primary tasks included networking between the science, management, and operation teams; organizing sub-contracted work; managing field team operation procedures and budgets; managing collection of deliverables from sub- contractors; and providing logistical support. Her scientific contributions include: (1) designing and running land-based geologic and geophysical surveys; (2) interpreting geophysics, hydrologic, climate, paleoclimate and geologic data; and (3) creating geoscience visualizations and reports. She is a co-developer of Power 7 Corporation’s Transformational Groundwater Exploration (TGE) technology.