Jared Foster is a Field Geologist at Creek Run. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Geoscience in May 2014 and will receive a Master’s degree in August 2017, both obtained from Indiana State University. Jared is responsible for groundwater sampling, creating groundwater flow and contaminant plume maps, technical report writing and surveying monitoring wells.
Jared’s thesis research involved the study of diatoms (algae) from two volcanic crater lakes, specifically Paulina Lake and East Lake in Newberry Crater, Oregon. His research was presented at the annual Geological Society of America conference in Denver, Colorado. His undergraduate research was presented at the North American Diatom Symposium in 2013.
Jared enjoys camping, hiking, traveling, and watching the Indianapolis Colts.