Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc.
3916 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
d. (805) 290-3862
Westlake Village II
Vice President / Principal Hydrogeologist
Tony Morgan, P.G., C.Hg., is a Vice President and Principal Hydrogeologist with Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc. with nearly 40 years of experience in water supply, water management, and hydrogeological programs for municipal, industrial, and agricultural applications. In addition, he is the Market Leader responsible for Water Planning and Development for Geo-Logic Associates, Inc., the parent firm to DBS&A. Geo-Logic Associates, Inc. has offices across seven western states.
Over his career as a consultant and, recently the Deputy General Manager of a California water district, he has been involved in a broad range of projects related to groundwater supply development and management. In recent years, Mr. Morgan has gained expertise in the CA Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) compliance, including formation of Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs), creation of Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs), and conducting groundwater basin studies.
Mr. Morgan has developed, performed, or provided oversight for: basin-wide groundwater elevation and water-quality monitoring programs; basin-scale hydrostratigraphic models; surface geophysical (e.g., CSAMT, TDEM, resistivity, and gravity) exploration programs; acquisition and interpretation of borehole geophysical logs; basin-scale groundwater flow models; evaluation of water-quality data for potable and irrigation suitability; siting and design of new potable and irrigation water supply wells; and aquifer replenishment activities (i.e., surface water diversions, spreading basins).
Mr. Morgan has served as the local agency representative for the Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) Joint Powers Authority Formation Negotiation Committee, as the lead technical and local agency representative to Fillmore and Piru Basins GSA, on the SGMA Technical Advisory Group appointed by the Board of Directors of the Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency, and as the local agency representative to the Santa Paula Basin Technical Advisory Committee that oversees Basin adjudication compliance. He has been a technical advisor to The Nature Conservancy (TNC) on Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems.