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  • Top questions and answers about Hydrologist. Find 3684 questions and answers about Hydrologist at Read more. — “Hydrologist - ”,
  • A practitioner of hydrology is a hydrologist, working within the fields of either earth By ***ysing the statistical properties of hydrologic records, such as rainfall or river flow, hydrologists can estimate future hydrologic phenomena, assuming the characteristics of the processes remain unchanged. — “Hydrology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Definition of Hydrologist in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Hydrologist. Pronunciation of Hydrologist. Translations of Hydrologist. Hydrologist synonyms, Hydrologist antonyms. Information about Hydrologist in the free online English. — “Hydrologist - definition of Hydrologist by the Free Online”,
  • hydrologist ( hī′dräləjəst ) ( hydrology ) An individual who specializes in hydrology. — “hydrologist: Definition from ”,
  • Hydrologist - Salary - Get a free salary comparison based on job title, skills, experience and education. Accurate, reliable salary and compensation comparisons for United States. — “PayScale - Hydrologist Salary, Average Salaries”,
  • Hydrologists research and monitor the quality of water both on and below the surface of the earth. Much of the ***ytical and planning work is done by government agencies, so many career opportunities for hydrologists are with agencies such as the EPA and its many divisions. — “Hydrologist Careers, How to Become Hydrologist, Jobs + Salary”,
  • What is hydrology and what do hydrologists do? Water is one of our most natural resources. Hydrologists assist public health officials in monitoring public water supplies to ensure that health standards are met. — “What is hydrology and what do hydrologists do?”, ga.water.usgs.gov
  • A hydrologist could Gather and evaluate meteorological data to Through data gathered from satellite instruments, hydrologists examine and create computer models that show how water moves above,. — “Science Careers: Hydrologist”,
  • hydrologist jobs are easy to find when you check the job listings on JobsOnline. Search the listings today for hydrologist jobs. — “Hydrologist Jobs - Job Search - JobsOnline”,
  • . Clients and Registered guests: Please enter site through the private url you were provided Please register here: Marc F. Hult. [email protected] 322 E. 3rd St. Covington, KY. — “Home”,
  • The career outlook for a hydrologist is favorable. They make on average $55-$65 thousand a year. While this may not seem like most exciting thing, it is a lot more complex than that. Hydrology is the study of the movement of water. They study rainfall, precipitation and other forms. — “Hydrologist- Studying Water and its Movement | Hydropower”,
  • Hydrologists often specialize in either underground water or surface water. Information on obtaining a position as a geologist, geophysicist, hydrologist, or oceanographer with the Federal Government is available from the. — “Geoscientists and Hydrologists”, bls.gov
  • A hydrologist salary is very lucrative depending on field of specialty. — “Hydrologist Salary: Information on hydrologist salary”,
  • The hydrologist studies the health of the water in an environment. They conduct tests on the composition of the water. They may also be researching the history of water flow in an area, the changes in chemical pollutants or affects from living organisms inhabiting that water. Materials. — “Hydrologist”,
  • Hoover Consulting provides geologic, hydrologic, soil engineering, and expert witness services. Copyright © 2003-2009 Michael F. Hoover, Consulting Geologist/Hydrologist. — “Hoover Consulting Geologist Hydrologist”,
  • A hydrologist studies the physical properties of the earth's water systems by performing extensive field and laboratory research. Most hydrologists work for universities, private research institutions, government agencies, environmental protection organizations, and engineering consultation firms. — “What Does a Hydrologist Do?”,
  • Hydrologists on the Great Lakes are interested in lake levels and how these levels affect commerce, shoreline erosion, etc. Hydrologist are often employed by federal agencies like NOAA, United States Geological Survey, or the US Army Corps of Engineers. — “Great Lakes Careers: Hydrologist”,
  • Hydrologists help assess and protect our water supplies and water Hydrologists concerned with water supplies manage surface and ground water to avoid problems caused by floods, droughts, population growth, and the impact of human activities. — “USDA Living Science:”, agriculture.purdue.edu
  • Home page for , a hydrology informational site. — “Hydrologists”,
  • Hydrologist jobs from U.S. News & World Report. Search all hydrologist jobs to find the best career for you. — “Hydrologist jobs - US News”,
  • Hydrologists examine the physical characteristics, distribution, and circulation of water above and below the earth's surface. They study rainfall and other precipitation, the paths precipitation takes through the soil and rocks underground, and its return to the oceans and air. — “Hydrologist Job Description, Career as a Hydrologist, Salary”,

Videos

  • Saugerties: Water Supply May Be Inadequate for Additional Development This is an excerpt from the presentation made by Paul Rubin, a hydrologist hired by the PROTECT THE PLATTEKILL CREEK & WATERSHED group to help us evaluate the capacity of the Blue Mtn. Reservoir to supply drinking water in the present and in the future. It seems that we're running pretty close to capacity now and the Town anticipates further industrial development without having studied our ability to deliver clean water. How will we protect ourselves from shortages, lawsuits and property devaluation? This program will be screened in it's entirety on Public Access Channel 23, in Saugerties for the next few weeks. Further information can be obtained by visiting: ; (the hydrologist who did the study, Paul Rubin's site), (search:Saugerties, hydrologist, Plattekill, 11/15/10)
  • Hydrologist Greenslade Finds Ford Model Lacking During the Arizona Department of Water Resources' Administrative Hearing, April 13 - 15, respected hydrologist William Greenslade testifies that the Ford model does not provide reliable or verifiable information.
  • Bushkill Creek | Tatamy, Pennsylvania | baseflow/stormflow This video depicts Bushkill Creek in Northampton County, Pennsylvania in June 2009 at two different times: one during a period of baseflow (23 June 2009) and another during a period of stormflow (18 June 2009). Video taken from the small Bushkill Street bridge crossing Bushkill Creek in Tatamy, Pennsylvania. The view is northward looking upstream from the bridge. The water cycling through Earth's environment falls from the sky as rain where it infiltrates into soil. Below the soil layer this water percolates into bedrock where it takes up residence in the bedrock's pore spaces becoming groundwater; part of this groundwater seeps from the contiguous body of groundwater to flow in streams. Thus streams flow, though it may not have rained for many days.In climates with plenty of rainfall--such as Pennsylvania's climate (Koeppen System Cfa to Dfa)--the year-round source of water flowing in perennial streams (excluding drought years) is groundwater. Hydrologists call this baseflow, that is, the normal or average level of water flowing in a given stream as a result of groundwater seepage. The 17th century French scientist Pierre Perrault was the first to demonstrate that water flowing in perennial streams was the result of water seeping from the water table out of the sides of a stream's channel. When storms occur, baseflow is augmented with additional water. Since its origin lies with individual rain events, hydrologists call this additional flow of water stormflow. In humid ...
  • Hydrologist Gordon Rogers interview Description of his solar desalinization invention - a water cell that converts seawater to freshwater self-powered by the sun and scalable for individual buildings to whole regions.
  • Phase3 The Big Wood River drainage is sustaining itself, USGS hydrologist Dr. Jim Bartolino said Tuesday. Here's a look at Phase 2 of the ongoing USGS groundwater study of the Wood River Valley. The Wood River Valley is the community including Sun Valley, Idaho.
  • Drinking Water related Hydrology In the past, the drinking water was so bad here on the Sunshine Coast BC Canada that groups of citizens formed to fight for better water. Since I am a science guy, I took on the study of hydrology, geotechnical engineering and epidemiology among other things. Other people studied the law, politics, economics, journalism and history of drinking water. The Ministry of Forests, with whom I disagree, counted over 200 landslides in the 64 square kilometers of the Chapman Creek valley. The one I have been studying is an average sized one. In the 1990s, the MoF spent four million dollars to fix the damage done to the watershed by past logging. This watershed restoration involved spraying grass seed and sticking willow sticks into the sliding soil. My research shows that their restoration efforts did not work. The MoF, on the other hand is proceeding to allow further logging in the watershed as if it is fully restored. I have much more documentation showing that the MoF and the Forest Industry does very poor quality science. s471
  • Mar 2, 2010 Update Sheyenne River Valley City FldVid#136 (KCSi-TV News ) -- The US Army Corps of Engineers St. Paul District representatives met on Tuesday March 2nd, at a packed City Hall in Valley City. They included Chief Water Management,and Hydrology Ferris Chamberlin, Hydrologist Liz Nelson, and Tim Bertschi Red River of the North Flood Engineer. A number of Valley City and Barnes County entities were represented at the meeting, along with officials from Lisbon. Baldhill Dam Resource Manager Rich Schueneman hosted the presentation. MORE AT
  • CleanTX Forum: Water/energy nexus means oncoming demands more alarming than we'd like to think At June 2010's CleanTX Forum, "Water: The Rush for Blue Gold," a panel consisting of Steve Watzeck, strategy development leader at GE Power and Water, Vincent Tidwell of Sandia National Laboratories, Tom Mason, general manager of LCRA, and Amy Hardberger, hydrologist at the Texas EDF office, gave four complementary perspectives on the alarming outlook for increased water and energy demand. Michael Webber, associate director of UT's Center for International Energy and Policy, moderated the discussion. After the panel, Watzeck said he was shocked by the amount of clean-tech innovation coming out of Austin, Texas. The Austin Technology Incubator hosted the event.
  • BlessingtonShowground - Hydrologist David Leaman part1 11Oct2007 Northeast Tasmanian Forest Tour: Approx 100 Tasmanians learn about the subtleties in the Tasmanian Forestry Industry and DPIW Water, from Master Forester Frank Strie (president of Timber Workers for Forests .au) and Geohydrologist Dr David Leaman of Leaman Geophysics ( ) See index of video clips at .au
  • Maya Plumbing at Palenque with Kirk French and Chris Duffy Penn State archaeologist Kirk French and Penn State hydrologist Chris Duffy offer a fascinating look at the first water pressure system known in the New World, originally discovered by Kirk French, in Palenque, Mexico. Take a guided tour of key features of one of the most beautiful of Maya sites and see in action an example of how Penn State offers researchers the opportunity to collaborate across multiple disciplines.
  • Michel Boufadel on Marcellus Shale Gas Development Environmental Issues - Part 2 of 2 Michel Boufadel, PH. D, PE, P.Hydrologist, on Marcellus Shale Gas Development Environmental Issues, presented by the Susquehanna County League of Women Voters presented at Montrose Area High School. Part 1: Video By:
  • In The Water - Part 1 Bob Bower, a hydrologist, explains to his son where the water comes from and where it goes. The Walla Walla Basin Watershed and projects for restoration of stream and river flow are explored.
  • Salt Marsh Dynamics - "Hydrologist (Part 1)"
  • Rye City Hydrologist - not so independent after all After almost 3 years of rejecting the public appeals of resident Bob Schubert to investigate the loss of waterflow to his wetlands, City of Rye Mayor Steve Otis finally under pressure outlines the parameters of the City's hiring of an independent hydrologist to investigate the loss. Otis is well aware that Schubert blames the City for permitting a neighbor to do upstream drainage work that caused the water to stop flowing thus turning the Schubert pond into a stink hole. Thus here the Mayor goes to great pains to emphisize the independence of the professional to be hired - up to and until it becomes evident that the City's lawyer has been the source of the hire. Ultimately it will become clear that this particular hydrologist has not only worked in Westchester County before but has in fact worked for the City of Rye before. "Independent?" Clearly questionable.
  • 2011 Flood Fight Exclusive: Alan Schlag, National Weather Service Hydrologist Alan Schlag, National Weather Service hydrologist in Bismarck, has the latest on the Souris river and Minot flooding.
  • Green Careers: Water Management (clip) As water becomes more and more scarce, the challenge is to boost water productivity and efficiency while protecting the natural environment. This program presents an overview of job opportunities in water management such as flood control, reservoir management, levee design and repair, designing and operating dams and sewer systems, river management and restoration, monitoring fish populations, protecting habitats and endangered species, maintaining natural resources, water conservation, irrigation, landscape design, and more. Water management is a fast-growing job opportunity. State, federal, and local governments spend billions of dollars a year on water management, and employ thousands of trained workers to conserve and distribute water while protecting the environment. You cant have a green world without water. 20 minutes, color. Jobs profiled in this program include: Chief Hydrologist, Water Transfer Coordinator, Natural Resource Manager, AmeriCorps Intern, Water Conservation Specialist, and Landscape Coordinator. Grade Levels: 7 to Adult direct link to purchase the DVD:
  • In The Water - Part 3 Bob Bower, a hydrologist, explains to his son where the water comes from and where it goes. The Walla Walla Basin Watershed and pr Bob Bower, a hydrologist, explains to his son where the water comes from and where it goes. The Walla Walla Basin Watershed and projects for restoration of stream and river flow are explored.
  • ADWR Chief Hydrologist: Ford Model is Incomplete Chief Hydrologist Frank Corkhill notes that the report based on the Ford study is missing data required to validate the results during an administrative hearing April 13 - 15.
  • Introduction to drinking water hazards series of guidances Ronald L. Miller, a chemist and hydrologist, plans a series of videos and text reports to provide guidance for what health hazards are possibly in your drinking water, how to have it tested, and what to do if you really have a problem. Ronald has a master of science degrees in ***ytical chemistry from the University of Florida plus additional graduate courses in water chemistry, environmental biology, geohydrology, and limnology. He also had courses in nuclear and radiochemistry and air pollution sampling and ***ysis. Ronald Miller worked for the US Geological Survey for 35 years as a chemist, water-quality specialist, and research hydrologist. He published about 25 governmental reports and scientific journal articles. The practical and theoretical importance of his work put him in 7 national and international Who's Who listings. He served as a reviewer of journal articles and project proposals for the international scientific community. Please, visit the following sites for more information about Ronald's past work and plans for future projects. blog at chem-hydro- webpage at www.chem-hydro-science-
  • The Little Hydrologist Mud season boredom sets in...
  • Swetlana Nigam Lado Basanti Haryana Folk song No Dandi Ka Beejna Swetlana Nigam is learning Kathak under her Guru Ashwani Nigam from Last 10 years. She is Geo-Hydrologist and completed 5 yr. Diploma in Kathak from Prayag Sangeet Samiti Allahabad India. She is one of the prominent dancers of Kathak style in Russia. She is now working as Choreographer in Theatre Tarang and won many prizes in All Russian competitions of Indian dance.
  • NASA Science Seminar "Arsenic and the Meaning of Life" A scientific presentation by US Geological Survey research hydrologist Dr. Ronald Oremland about the role of arsenic in microbial life and the microbial ecology of California's Mono Lake. Oremland is a senior scientist with the USGS Water Resources Division in Menlo Park, Calif., and a principal investigator with NASA's Exobiology and Evolutionary Biology Program, an element of NASA's Astrobiology Program. He is a co-author of the paper on arsenic findings published last week in Science Express and announced during the Dec. 2 NASA press conference.
  • The Cities | Flooding, Egypt Tourists & Achieve Quad Cities | WQPT Donna Dubberke, Meteorologist, Maren Stoflet, Hydrologist discuss flooding possibilities, plus Steve and Roxanne Peterson Egypt Tourists talk about their experiences in Egypt during the recent demonstrations. Special report on Achieve Quad Cities. (Episode 11 - Original air date February 10, 2011.)
  • Soutn Florida Watershed Journal (SFWJ) SFWJ - - Interactive journal that illuminates and celebrates the hydrologic cycle and complex inner-workings within and among the wetlands and waterways of the Kissimmee-Okeechobee-Everglades (KOE) and adjacent Big Cypress watersheds. Robert V. Sobczak, a hydrologist civil engineer, with the National Park Service in Big Cypress National Preserve - www.nps.gov at the Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Conference - conference.ifas.ufl.edu (Also see: sofia.usgs.gov == Satellite image of Hurricane Floyd in September 1999, which missed Florida as forecasters predicted -- Bob mentions this as being unbelievable to him and many others. sofia.usgs.gov 9/16/1999 - The storm, four times the size and just as strong as the killer Hurricane Andrew that laid waste to South Florida in 1992, had threatened to ruin miles of coastline and be the event of the 18-year-old Mr. Fish's young life here in Titusville, a city of 42000 people on Florida's east-central coast. More than a million people evacuated Florida's east coast on Monday and Tuesday -- part of the largest evacuation in the nation's history -- in shaky anticipation. Never had a storm so great come so close here. More: === Presentation: conference.ifas.ufl.edu conference.ifas.ufl.edu The video source: conference.ifas.ufl.edu ---- Robert Sobczak, Guest Columnist, Naples Daily News --- The Florida Everglades, From A National Park Service ...
  • Briefing on High Levels of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Across the Nation More information on the USGS Multimedia Gallery: gallery.usgs.gov On September, 24, 2010 The USGS briefed Congress, the media and the public on a new USGS study documenting nutrient concentrations in the Nation's water resources, key sources of nutrients, potential effects on humans and aquatic life, and changes in concentrations since the early 1990's. In this video, USGS hydrologist and lead scientist on the study, Neil Dubrovsky, gives the information presented at the congressional briefing.
  • Hydrology Career Overview Interested in becoming a Hydrologist? Watch this video to learn what a career in Hydrology is really like. Provides an overview of the day to day working life of Hydrologists.
  • Michel Boufadel on Marcellus Shale Gas Development Environmental Issues - Part 1 of 2 Michel Boufadel, PH. D, PE, P.Hydrologist, on Marcellus Shale Gas Development Environmental Issues, presented by the Susquehanna County League of Women Voters presented at Montrose Area High School. Part 2: Video By:
  • Part 05 - Site Selection and Measurement In this segment, SonTek/YSI Senior Hydrologist, John Sloat, shows you how to select a good measurement site and describes basic techniques of making a moving-boat discharge measurement with the RiverSurveyor. This video was taken on the Phongolo River near Jozini, South Africa. It is just one segment of a comprehensive training video scheduled for release in Aug/Sept. 2010.
  • Hydrologist NERC Careers Clip , CEH Hydrologist
  • Hydrological fieldwork Time lapse of an afternoon where a hydrologist was trying to teach a social scientist how to measure flow rates on Afon Nant Peris
  • Mauna Loa Volcano, Hawaii -1930's Eruption Remarkable silent film, 16mm Kodachrome movie film, YouTube of it's day. Probably the first color film ever made of a volcanic eruption. Mauna Loa's summit Mokuaweoweo Crater eruption filmed probably in 1933 by Harold T. Stearns, a USGS Hydrologist-Volcanologist. The lava fountains are hundreds of feet high, the erupting fissure inside the crater is about two thousand feet long. The crater floor is at an elevation of 13100' ASL. Stearns is flying in an open ***pit at an altitude of around 15000' ASL. Note patches of snow on the rim of the crater! At 1 min, 50 secs into the video, a plane will enter the lower right corner of the frame. View the entire 66 minute SILENT FILM compilation that was hand edited by Stearns himself, but you have to use Windows Media Player, on the file menu select "open URL" and past in: mms://video.wr.usgs.gov/movies/early_hawaiian_volcanoes.wmv This file contains all of this footage plus all of Stearn's other film covering about 15 years in Hawaii between the late 1920's and the early 1940's. Check out his kewl "text screens" LOL!
  • "Aquifer Safe and Sound" for Kirby Green, by David Beede This is a video message to Kirby Green, Executive Director of the St. John's River Water Management District in Florida, and the one responsible for approving or disapproving an application for a permit for Eugene Kholov of LBC Inc. to pump .250 million gallons a day from the Florida aquifer to raise Siberian sturgeon for caviar. For more information go here: /proposedsturgeonfarm.htm To contact Kirby Green: Email: [email protected] Phone (386)329-4262 To write him: St. Johns River Water Management District PO Box 1429 Palatka, Florida 32178-1429 If Kirby Green's email account is full, as some have reported, Claire Muirhead is the hydrologist overseeing the application. Her contact info: [email protected] (386)329-4205 For more detailed information:
  • In The Water - Part 2 Bob Bower, a hydrologist, explains to his son where the water comes from and where it goes. The Walla Walla Basin Watershed and projects for restoration of stream and river flow are explored.
  • 01 The Big Wood River drainage is sustaining itself, USGS hydrologist Dr. Jim Bartolino said Tuesday. Here's a look at Phase 2 of the ongoing USGS groundwater study of the Wood River Valley. The Wood River Valley is the community including Sun Valley, Idaho.
  • Hydrologist Greenslade Debunks Ford's Cone of Depression Theory is not valid During the Arizona Department of Water Resources' Administrative Hearing, April 13 - 15, respected hydrologist William Greenslade points out flaws in the Ford model's cone of depression explanation.
  • Gozo Farmers manipulated by MEPA and Church Speaking at a Press Conference in Nadur Gozo, Alternattiva Demokratika Chairperson Dr Harry Vassallo said that the issue of a permit for the development of a garigue area containing a perched aquifer overlooking Ramla l-Hamra has created an unnecessary embarrassment for the Diocese of Gozo. "After several recommendations to refuse on valid grounds were ignored, the permit has been issued, placing Church authorities on the spot." Dr Vassallo said "The Land in question belongs to the Joint Office and the applicant is a Gozitan parish." "The construction of this new cemetery will make Nadur top the list of villages endowed with outsize cemeteries in relation to their resident populations" Dr Vassallo said. "Not only will it accommodate far more burials than those required by Nadur residents, but it will also maintain and operate its present cemetery regardless of all excuses that the present cemetery could not be extended because of its proximity to residences" "An alternative site should be sought for several reasons. The concerns of farmers have not been put at rest with assurances that the graves will be hermetically sealed and waterproofed." Dr Vassallo said "Farmers' concerns would have been satisfied were it not for the refusal by Water Services Corporation (WSC) to approve an alternative site for the cemetery at Ta' Xhajma for fear of borehole contamination. If the WSC has cause for serious concern regarding water contamination, so do the farmers." "Despite efforts by ...
  • Yaadgaar(1970)Joh Yaadon mein Bas Jaatah Hain, puja keh wahi phool arpit hain! Kalibangān (Hindi: काली बंगा) is a town located at 29.47°N 74.13°E on the left or southern banks of the Ghaggar (Ghaggar-Hakra River), identified by some scholars with Saraswati River[1][2] in Tehsil Pilibangān, between Suratgarh and Hanumāngarh in Hanumangarh district, Rajasthan, India 205 km. from Bikaner. The prehistoric and pre-Mauryan character of Indus Valley Civilization was first identified by Luigi Tessitori at this site. Kalibangan's excavation report was published in its entirety in 2003 by the Archaeological Survey of India, 34 years after the completion of excavations. The report concluded that Kalibangan was a major provincial capital of the Indus Valley Civilization. Kalibangan is distinguished by its unique fire altars and "world's earliest attested ploughed field" Fire altars At Kalibangan fire Vedi (altar)s have been discovered [19] [20], similar to those found at Lothal which SR Rao thinks could have served no other purpose than a ritualistic one [21]. These altars suggest fire worship or worship of Agni, the Hindu god of fire. It is the only Indus Valley Civilization site where there is no evidence to suggest the worship of the "mother goddess". Within the fortified citadel complex, the southern half contained many (five or six) raised platforms of mud bricks, mutually separated by corridors. Stairs were attached to these platforms. Vandalisation of these platforms by brick robbers makes it difficult to reconstruct the original shape of ...
  • USGS Compared To What? More information on the USGS Multimedia Gallery: gallery.usgs.gov The video relates how a team of scientists conducted rapid response sampling of coastal environments before any oil had reached land, following up in October 2010 with post-landfall sampling for comparison. USGS hydrologist Dennis Demcheck describes details of the work and explains the importance and value of having pre-landfall data for assessing impacts of the oil spill.
  • Career Advice On Becoming A Hydrologist by Owain Sheppard (Full Version) Highlights at Owain Sheppard is a Hydrologist with the Environment Agency - he monitors the quality of the water in our environment. He did a Geography degree and Science A levels. He started work with the Environment Agency as a temp and from there was able to apply for internal jobs.
  • Owain Sheppard - Hydrologist Owain Sheppard is a Hydrologist with the Environment Agency - he monitors the quality of the water in our environment. He did a Geography degree and Science A levels. He started work with the Environment Agency as a temp and from there was able to apply for internal jobs.