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Over twenty years experience as research scientist. The research focus included geologic and
environmental issues involved in development of energy and mineral resources. More recent
work addresseddrinking water protection (including wellhead protection) and assessinghealth
risks. Acted as technical supervisor/team leader on projects and planning teams. Public
speaker and writer on scientific and general interest topics.


May 1999 to Present. Grant Specialist, Region 8, Federal Emergency Management Agency,
P.O. Box -, Denver Federal Center, Lakewood, CO. Employment on an as-neededbasis to
work on President -declared disasters. Work varies depending on needs at the disaster. Some
work assessing damaged sites and determining possible environmental regulatory issues
(NEP A, ESA, N HP A) associated with site mitigation.            Presently involved with
implementation of revised historic regulations.

September 1998 to Present. Consultant.  Work varies depending on needs of client. Most
                             and compilation/ summarization of data for a given site.
common work is site assessment
Computer hardware/software used: Windows 95 NT with MS Office 97.

June 1997 to August 1998. Environmental Research Scientist, Division of Environmental
Health, Minnesota Department of Health, 121 East 7th Place, Room 220, St. Paul, MN 55164.

Project: Preparation of a human health risk assessmentfor a proposed mining-related action
in northern Minnesota.
Major activities:
With coworkers, determine scope of the human health risk assessment.
Collect and validate hydrologic, geochemical and toxicological data for health risk assessment.
Develop a team of scientists to work on determining main hydrologic and geochemical
controls on contaminant migration.
Collect and assess issuesand comments pertaining to the proposed action.
Maintain contact with all stakeholders.
Plan and co-conduct informational and public meetings.

With toxicologist, prepare the final draft health risk assessmentfor review.
Computer software/hardware used: Word Perfect 8.0, Excel&QuatroPro                                8.0, Internet
Arc View, some hydrologic modeling using MLAEM.

,October 1996~~Y1m                Unemployed

February     1996 to   September    1996.      Physical   Scientist,    Water    Resources       Division,   U.S
Geological   Survey, 2280 Woodale Drive, Mounds View, MN.                 55112-4900

Project:  Complete ongoing wellhead protection project for a small community in
Pennsylvania. Determine zone of contribution for three municipal water wells and the effects
of secondary coal mining and abandonment on water supply.
Major Activities:
Conducted structural analysis and lineament/fracture trace study of the area and incorporated
results into hydrologic modeling.
Hydrologic modeling using MINEFLOW,               an in-house AEM program developed by the U.S.
Bureau of Mines.
Communication with local and state authorities and interested parties on project status.
Preparation of in-house letter summarizing results.
Computer software/hardware used: Both Mac and DOS-based computers.                 MS Word,
QuatroPro, Internet, hydrologic modeling using MINEFLOW.

March 1984 to .January 1996. Research Geologist, Denver Research Center and Twin Cities
Research Center, Bureau of Mines (both now closed), Bldg. 20, Denver Federal Center,
Denver CO 80225 and Minneapolis MN .

Specific project descriptions

Sealing an abandoned       high    angle mine     opening    using     lightweight    cellular    concrete   and
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experimental inflatable     concrete forms. A coal mine shah in Washington                            State was
successfully sealed.

Major activities:
Coordinated activities of project engineers and contractors.
Developed criteria and evaluated sites for experimental shaft seal.
In cooperation with OSM, prepared Biological Assessment and Environmental Assessment for
experimental closure.
Coordinated activities associated with           conducting     experimental         shaft seal and oversaw
completion of work by contractors.
Computer software/hardware used: Word Perfect, Lotus 1-2-3 &QuatroPro,                            AutoCad and
similar CAD software, general geologic software.

Study changes in lightweight cellular concrete when it is pumped or dropped from different
heights as might occur in attempting to seal an abandoned mine shaft.

Major activities:
Oversaw final design and construction of test facility on a 61-m high tower.
Coordinated the work of engineers, technical personnel, and contractors. Communicated with
management and procurement on financial requirements.
Managed all aspects of research including sample collection, preparation, and analysis;
statistical data analysis; evaluation of results; and report preparation.
Coordinated with state and federal agencies on regulatory requirements pertaining to the
project and ongoing Abandoned Mine lands research.

Evaluate the feasibility of chemically leaching metals from fragmented ore placed in mined-out
openings in underground mines. Emphasis was placed on solution control to prevent loss of
metal-bearing solutions from site. Site characterization involved analysis of an underground
research site using geologic, geophysical, and hydrologic techniques to determine locations of
potential solution loss within the rock mass.

Major activities:
Coordinated the work of four full-time and up to 3 part-time researchers and technical staff.
Conducted research in geophysical analysis of the site, interpreted results from single borehole
and tomographic geophysical methods.
Made and maintained contact with state and federal regulatory agencies, specifically in areas of
water quality.
Coordinated with researchers from other Centers in the areas of geophysics, bioleaching, and
safe alternatives to cyanide for gold leaching.
Wrote and reviewed papers on research.

Research geologist on project to evaluate the feasibility of introducing European thick coal
seam mining methods into western U .S. coal deposits.

Major activities:
Evaluated geologic factors of western coal seams that would affect introduction   of innovative
mining methods
Located general regions of thick coal deposits in three western states that could implement
subject-mining methods.
Reviewed final report of U .5.-Yugoslavian research on thick seam mining. Traveled to former
Republic of Yugoslavia to finalize edits.

October 1982 to February 1984. Geologist, Branch of Coal Geology, U .S. Geological Survey
Building 20, Denver Federal Center, Denver, CO, 80225.

Projects: Assistant on Western U. S. Coal Project with responsibilities to coordinate sample
analysis and analyze coal-bed methane in Powder River Basin coal seam (Wyoming).
Major Activities:
Acted as liaison between laboratory personnel and geologists from other projects, State
Geological Surveys, and other sources for collection and analysis of coal samples from western
U .S. coal seams.
Corrected chemical data files of coal analyses from different western basins.
Conducted research on geology and coal bed methane potential of a thick coal bed in the
Powder River Basin, WY .Performed direct method desorption of methane in coal to estimate
resources for the seam. Collected gas samples for hydrocarbon and isotopic analyses.
Reported results of research in Open-File Report.
Computer software/hardware used: Mainframe.

june 1981 to September 1982. Consultant, Self employed.
Consulting work was performed on a part-time basis to pay for costs of obtaining a Master's

Major activities:
Company representatives on development of coalbed methane gas degasification well into the
gob of an inactive longwall panel in a working underground mine.
Surface mapping and site evaluation of coal properties in Utah and Colorado.
Evaluation of logs and depositional data to construct depositional model for coal property in

August 1976 to May 1981. Coal Geologist, Colorado Geological Survey, 1313 Sherman Street,
Room 715, Denver CO 80203.

Projects:   Project Leader on research focusing on coal mining and reserve depletion and
coalbed methane development.
Major activities:
Conducted extensive research into the historic mines in Colorado. Work included compiling
data from old mine maps and reports to determine reserve depletion for State.
Conducted research on the geologic, mining, economic, and legal factors involved in
extracting methane reserves from mined coal-beds.
Evaluated gas potential of three formations in the Green River Region, northwestern
Kept budgets for the above projects.
Coordinated with state, federal, and local agencies.
Worked with the public on land use questions.
Prepared written reports on research and gave formal and informal presentations on research.


Major activities:
From 1998 to Present. Women Uniting the World. Involved in planning and implementing
an awards banquet to honor women who have, through their work, helped to establish or
support peaceful relations (held April 17, 1999).

From 1994 to1996. Facilitator on regional and local Federal Government teams addressing
consolidation and reorganization, budgeting, and program development. Involvement in
Total Quality Management (TQM) process.
In 1994. Member of team of instructors for Department of Interior Facilitator/Team Leader
Training (TQM).

From 1994 to 1995. Coordinator at my research facility for involvement in "Expanding your
Horizons, a Colorado-based program to interest girls (11-14 years) in math and the sciences.
Developed in-Bureau grants for funding to cover activities of women scientists. Involved as
workshop presenter from 1990-1995. In 1992, received the Secretary of Department of
Interior Points of Light Award for work in education and community outreach.
Was active in presenting workshops and presentations to diverse audiences.

From 1993 to 1995. Colorado Service Center for Environmental Education. Assisted founder
and author on developing an environmental education program for children.

From 1991 to 1993. Member of the metro Denver chapter of Women for International Peace
and Arbitration.

From 1990-1992. Co-founder of an Environmental Institute for my religious organization to
study present-day environmental issues and educate the congregation on recycling and saving
energy. Worked with the Colorado Council of Religion and the Environment. Some work
in environmental justice and in Denver-based activities associatedwith the Rio Conference.

From 1984-1988. Emergency Medical Technician.            Volunteer on mountain emergency
response/ ambulance service, acting as attendant and driver. First Aid and CPR instructor for
the local community.

(Transcripts available upon request)

--Masters Program, Environmental Policy & Management, University College, Denver
University, Denver, CO, 1992-1995, 22 quarter hours in Environmental Management,
Environmental/Natural  Resource Law, Hazardous/Solid Waste Management, ADR. No
degree received.

-Masters of Science -Geology, Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO, ,1978-1987, Masters
degree received in1983.
--Bachelors of Science -Geology, Colorado State University,           Fort Collins, CO, 1971-1975,
Bachelors degree received in 1975.


--Risk Assessment Guidance for Superfund (165.6). January 27-30, 1998. Minnesota Pollution
Control Agency, St. Paul, MN
--ISO 14000- Auditing of Environmental Management Systems. Perry, Johnson Inc. St. Paul,
MN. Winter, 1996.
-Hazardous Materials Incident            Response Operations      (165.5). EPA by Access America
Consulting and Training, November, 1995.

                                            PUBLICA       TIONS


Proposed Minorca In-Pit Tailings Disposal Project Health Risk Assessment. Unpublished
document prepared for Minnesota Department of Health (St. Paul, MN) and Inland Steel
Corporation (Virginia, MN),July, 1998.

Wellhead Protection, Stoystown Pennsylvania. Unpublished letter prepared for Water Resources
Division, USGS. Available from Perry Jones, WRD-USGS, MoundsView, MN, September,1996

Boreck, D.l.       Geologic Factors Affecting Mine Development at the Hawk's Nest Mines
Somerset, CO. Colorado School of Mines Unpublished Masters Thesis, 1983, 10Spp.


Boreck, D.L., R.E. Miller and W.E. Wright.        Sealing Abandoned Mine Shaft in Washington   State
Abstract in AML       Conference October     1995, French Lick, lA

-, R.E. Miller, and E.H. Skinner. Use of Lightweight Foam concrete for Sealing Abandoned
Mine Shafts. Preprint for 1994 SME Annual Meeting, February 1994, Albuquerque, NM. SME-
AIME Preprint 94-194, 10pp.

-,      and R.E. Miller.      Effects of Remote Drop and Pumpdown Placement of Cellular Concret
USBM Report of Investigations -, 1994, -pp.

-,  and j.M. Goris. Reduction of Surface Mineral Waste Through Underground In Situ
Leaching of Fragmented Ore and Fill Material. Paper in Proceedings of the Second International

Conference on Environmental Issues and Management of Waste in Energy and Mineral
Production, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, September 1-4, 1992, pp. 951-959. (fhe article also
appeared under the same title in the International Journal of Environmental Issues in Minerals
and Energy Industry, Published by A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, 1993, pp. 67-72).

-, and others. Rock Mass Characterization for Designing Underground Leaching Stopes. Paper
for the SME-AIME Annual Meeting, February 25-28, 1991, Denver, CO. SME-AIME Preprint

---, w.w. Lutzens, and R.A. Speirer. Ore Leaching in Underground Stopes. Paper in
Proceedings of the 1989 MultiNational Conference on Mine Planning and Design, May 23-26,
1989, Lexington, KY, pp. 143-153. (The article also appeared under the same title in Mineral
ResourcesEngineering, v. 3, no.1, 1990, pp. 31-46.

Hackett, T., D.l. Boreck, and D. Clarke. Multi-Slice Mining for Thick Western Coal Seams
USBM Information Circular 9239,1990, 27pp.

Boreck, D.l. Increasing the Recovery of Thick and Closely Spaced Coal Seamsin the Western
U.S. -Some Geologic and longwall Considerations. Mining Engineering, v. 40, no.3, March
1988,pp. 168-173.

-,   Western Thick and Closely Spaced Coal Seams -Geologic Factors that Affect Their
Development. Paper for the SME-AIME Annual Meeting, February 24-27, 1987, Denver, CO,
SME Preprint 87-40, 8pp.

-,    Future Thick-Searn Development in Western United States: Geologic Considerations.
Abstract from AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, September 7-10, 1986, Casper,
Wyoming. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 70, no.8, August, 1986,p.

-,    Thick-Seam Mining in the Western United States -Geological           Considerations.    USBM
Information Circular 9116,1986, 13pp.

-,  Thick and Closely Spaced Coal Deposits in a Tri-State Region, Western U.S., and the
Geologic Factors Affecting Their Development. U.S. Bureau of Mines (USBM) Denver Research
Center ProgressReport 10059, 1985, 105pp.

-,   And J .N .Weaver .Coalbed         Methane   Study of the IIAnderson II Coal Deposit,    Johnson

County,   Wyoming   -A   Preliminary     Report. U.S. Geological   Survey Open File Report 84-831,
1984, 16pp.

-,   Origin and Control of Methane in a Coal Bed of the Paleocene Fort Union Formation,
Johnson County, Wyoming. Abstract in Proceedings of the 1984 Symposium on the Geology of
Rocky Mountain Coal, North Dakota Geological Society Publication 84-1,1984, pp. 77-78.

Tremain, C.M., D.l. Boreck, and B.S. Kelso. Methane in Cretaceous and Paleocene Coals of
Western Colorado. Paper in Epis, R.C. and Callendar, J., eds. Western Slope, Colorado, 1981,
New Mexico Geological Society 32nd Field Conference, 1981, pp. 241-248.

Boreck, D.L., and others. The Coal Bed Methane Potential of the Sand Wash Basin, Green River
Coal Region, Colorado. Colorado Geological Survey (CGS) Open-File Report 81-6,1981, 25pp.

-,     Methane in Colorado's Minable Coal Beds -An Overlooked Energy Source. Extended
abstract in Carter, L.M., ed. Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium on the Geology of Rocky
Mountain Coal- 1980. CGS Resource Series 10, 1980, pp. 62-64. (Write-up of paper appeared in
article in BusinessSection of the Rocky Mountain News, Apri12, 1980).

-,    and M. T. Strever.   Conservation   of Methane from Colorado Is Mined/Minable   Coal Beds. A

Feasibility Study. CGS Open File Report 80-5,1980, 95pp.

Schowchow, S.B., D.l. Boreck and D.B. Collins. The Colorado Geological Survey and the
Mineral Industry -Energy ResourcesDevelopment. Mines Magazine, v. 69, no.5, 1979, pp. 5-9.

Boreck, D.L. and D.K. Murray.       Colorado Coal Reserve Depletion Data and Coal Mine
Summaries. CGS Open-File Report 79-1,1979, 65pp plus Appendices. (Coal Mine Data Sheetsin
appendix were used, in part, as the base for Abandoned Coal Mine Land reclamation work in

--,   and others.   Colorado   Coal Analysis, 1975 (Analyses of 64 Samples Collected in 1975). CGS
Information   Series 7, 1977, 112pp.


Copy editor for the 1998 and 1999 Harp Almanac, an International Resource Guide for all
Harps. Published in 1998 and 1999 by Maxemillian Productions, St. Paul, MN. December, 1998
and 1999.

Reviewer for papers included in the AAPG-EMD              volume on Geology in Coal Resource
Utilization, Published 1992,Douglas Peters, editor.

Reviewer for final report of joint u.s. -Yugoslavian research on thick coal seammining methods.
Worked with researchersfrom the Tuzla Mining Institute, Tuzla and Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, April


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