Evan Clement

Field Technician I

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Title: Field Technician I
Degree: Geography
University: University of Hawaii at Manoa
HGI Start Date: 2023
Home Office: Irvine, California
Specialty: Data collection of Electrical resistivity, seismic refraction, operation of tTEM system
Escape Activities: Surfing, working on cars, playing guitar


Evan Clement is a Field Technician I at HGI, stationed in Irvine, California. Evan specializes in the data collection of Electrical resistivity, seismic refraction, and operating the tTEM system. His work assists geoscientists and engineers in gathering and interpreting crucial geophysical data.

Evan’s educational background is rooted in Geography, having earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. His academic journey concentrated on understanding global change and its impacts on human societies and the environment. This background has given him a multifaceted understanding of environmental geography, human geography, and geospatial information science (GIS). This blend of knowledge fuels his enthusiasm for environmental science, steering him towards geophysics.

At HGI, Evan finds himself in an environment ripe for learning and professional growth, surrounded by diverse projects that continuously challenge and expand his expertise in geophysics. Beyond his professional life, Evan enjoys a variety of escape activities. He is an avid surfer with a knack for working on cars, reflecting his hands-on approach and problem-solving skills. Additionally, Evan enjoys guitar playing, showcasing his creative and artistic side.

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