Darling, Bruce K.

Author Description

Bruce K. Darling is an Associate in the Austin, Texas office of LBG-Guyton Associates. He has worked extensively on problems related to arid lands hydrology, water-resource planning and economics, disposal of low-level radioactive waste, and fate and transport modeling of radionuclides and arsenic in groundwater. He earned a M.S. degree in geology from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He is also a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, having earned his M.A. degree in Energy & Mineral Resources (Mineral Economics) and his Ph.D. in geology, concentrating in hydrogeology and geochemistry. Prior to beginning his doctoral work at Texas, he was a student in the Ph.D. program in mineral economics at Colorado School of Mines, where he focused on econometrics and natural resource economics. A growing volume of his work since he joined LBG-Guyton in 1996 has involved economic analysis of water markets and assistance to clients interested in acquiring or selling groundwater or the rights to groundwater.

Authored Reports

Texas Groundwater - Rule of Capture and Groundwater Management in Texas