Engineering Applications Authority
Partnership for Water Sustainability in British Columbia
Jim Dumont brings four decades of experience to Forester University in watershed planning and stream assessment, which has led to the design and implementation of terrestrial mitigation and aquatic enhancement systems.
Dumont promotes transforming the “State of the Art” into the “Standard of Practice” to provide added value and sustainability into our everyday lives. For more than a decade, Dumont has taught courses on rainfall-runoff modeling and drainage facility design for professional development programs in British Columbia and across Canada.
Dumont is co-author of the Urban Hydrology chapter in the 50th anniversary update of Dr. Ven Te Chow’s Handbook of Applied Hydrology, Second Edition, which covers scientific and engineering fundamentals and presents all-new methods, processes, and technologies.