Roger Copp, Senior Engineer/Modeling Director. Mr. Copp has more than 40 years of experience in water resources management, specializing in integrated surface/ground water modeling, and innovative water management design. Mr. Copp has extensive experience in South Florida hydrology, and has directed surface/ground water modeling using MIKE SHE/MIKE 11 in the Charlotte Flatwoods, City of Cape Coral, North Fort Myers, Four County Corners, Lehigh Acres, South Lee County, Big Cypress Basin for Picayune Strand Restoration Project, C-43 Watershed for the C-43 Storage Reservoir, C-139 Basin, Feeder Canal Basin, Everglades Agricultural Area, Broward County, and western Miami-Dade County. Mr. Copp was responsible for the hydrologic/hydraulic design of the C-43 Storage Reservoir (170,000 acre-feet of storage), including evaluating the impact of seepage cut-off walls on reservoir water storage. Currently, Mr. Copp is directing modeling studies in Cape Coral to evaluate the surface and ground water responses to off-line water supply storage reservoirs and canal structure modifications to enhance ground water recharge and increase canal withdrawals for public water supply.