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Environmental Consulting 

About Medicine Bow Resources

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Medicine Bow Resources is a Limited Liability Company providing environmental consulting services for resource development, planning, water quality permitting, and government/regulator relations. Founder Tim Reeves, a former consultant for companies such as Black & Veatch and Science Applications International Corp (SAIC), is an accomplished professional with over 20 years of proven experience in consulting, research, and project management in hydrology, water quality, watershed management, and geochemistry.

Profile of Owner, Tim Reeves:

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  • Strong research and analytical skills in hydrology, water quality, geochemistry, vadose zone hydrology, soil science and sedimentology.

  • Broad experience in conducting hydrologic and contaminant transport studies for programs being conducted for CERCLA, NEPA, and CWA.

  • Developed several guidance documents for conducting hydrologic and hydrogeologic analyses at mine sites.

  • Highly experienced in surface and ground water modeling using HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, WEPP, and SEDCAD+, including HEC-GEO applications using ARCView.

  • Broad client base of state and federal agencies, as well as private industry, including COE, USFS, BLM, EPA, DOD, DOE, EXXON, AMOCO, Chevron Texaco and several mining companies.

  • Published journal articles concerning hydrologic and hydrogeologic issues associated with oil shale and tar sand development.


  • M.S. Range Management [Water Resources]
    University of Wyoming, 1984

  • B.S. Range Management, University of Wyoming, 1981

Additional Coursework:

  • Geochemistry
  • Hydrogeology
  • Open Channel Flow
  • Limnology
  • Computer Programming

Technical Training:

  • Diagnosis & Remediation of DNAPL Sites -- U. Waterloo;
  • Measurements for Hydraulic Conductivity and Soil Consolidation Characteristics -- U. Texas
  • Measurement of Soil and Plant Water Status - Utah State U.;
  • HEC-1 & PONDPACK - Haestead Methods
  • 40 hr - OSHA/HAZWOPER
  • 8 hr - OSHA/HAZWOPER Refresher is Current (2006).
  • 8 hr – OSHA Hydrogen Sulfide Gas (1999)
  • 8-hr – OSHA/HAZWOPER Supervisor Training (2005)
  • 10-hr – OSHA/Construction Safety – (2006)

Total Years Experience: 22

Professional Associations:

  • AWRA
  • American Geophysical Union



  • Reeves, T. L., and S. Elgezawi. 1992. An Evaluation of Time Domain Reflectometry for Measuring Water Content in Processed Oil Shale Waste. Water Resources Research, 28(3): 769.

  • Reeves, T. L., and M. A. Smith. 1992. Time Domain Reflectometry for Measuring Soil Water Content in Range Surveys. J. Range Management, 45: 412-414.

  • Reeves, T.L., J.P. Turner, Q.D. Skinner, and V.R. Hasfurther. 1992. Modeling of Hydrologic Conditions and Solute Movement in Process Oil Shale Waste Embankments under Simulated Climatic Conditions. Topical Report, U.S. Department of Energy, Morgantown Energy Technology Center, DOE/LC/11084-3110, 95 pp.

  • Reeves, T.L., Q.D., Skinner, J.P. Turner, and V.R. Hasfurther. 1990. Hydrologic and Geotechnical Conditions in Process Oil Shale Waste Embankments. Pp. 205-214 in Proceedings of the Oil Shale and Tar Sand Contractors Review Meeting, Morgantown, West Virginia. April 1990. DOE/METC-90/6111.

  • Reeves, T.L. 1989. Rainfall Simulation and Hydrologic Monitoring of a Combusted Western Oil Shale in Large Scale Lysimeters. Pp 394-401 in Proceedings of the 1989 Eastern Oil Shale Symposium, Lexington, Kentucky, November 15-17, 1989.

  • Reeves, T.L., S.M. Elgezawi, and T.G. Kaser. 1989. The Use of Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) for Monitoring In Situ Volumetric Water Content in Processed Oil Shale. Pp 218-226 in Proceedings 22nd Annual Western Oil Shale Symposium (J.H. Gary, ed.), Colorado School of Mines.

  • Reeves, T.L., P.T. Sullivan, P.A. Gilbert, M.E. Essignton, R. McQuisten, Q.D. Skinner, and G.P. Hale. 1986. Research Needs for the Surface Disposal of Process Oil Shale Solid Waste: Physical, Hydrologic, and Geochemical Parameters. U.S. Department of Energy, Laramie Projects Office, Laramie, Wyoming. DOE/METC-86/6071. 87 pp. Golden, Colorado.




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