Modreck Gomo is a researcher in groundwater with experience in a wide range of groundwater science and consultancy projects. His first degree was a BSc Honours in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Zimbabwe, followed by a BSc Honours in Geohydrology (2008), an MSc in Geohydrology (2009), and a PhD in Geohydrology (2011) from the University of the Free in South Africa. He has published over 20 research papers in peer-reviewed international journals. His main research interests include: Investigation of the characteristics of borehole fluid electrical conductivity (FEC) profiles in different aquifer systems; Application of numerical modelling to assess and evaluate the application of analytical methods for analyzing aquifer pumping test data; Investigation of hydrogeochemical processes and groundwater quality assessments; and Procedures for collecting representative groundwater samples in fractured-rock aquifers. Dr Gomo is a consistent reviewer in more than 10 internationally peer-reviewed journals with a focus on groundwater science since 2012. He is also now involved in a number of groundwater projects in the Southern African Development Community region related to transboundary groundwater and capacity building on groundwater collection. He is a registered professional natural scientist in the field of water resources with the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP) and also a member of the Groundwater Division, South Africa.