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hydrologist

[hī′dräl·ə·jəst]
(hydrology)
An individual who specializes in hydrology.
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Developers often retain geologists, hydrologists, acoustical engineers and others to submit expert opinion.
Remote sensing of groundwater has been a Holy Grail for hydrologists because it is stored beneath the surface and is not detected by most sensors," said Famiglietti.
6 -- ran in SAC edition only) Soil scientist Jeff TenPas and hydrologist Terry Henry check their location on a map while surveying the burn area in the Sespe Wilderness near Frazier Park.
Savabi has received help with this very detailed model from other hydrologists and modelers, including scientists from West Lafayette, Indiana; Temple, Texas; and Tifton, Georgia.
Having signed an agreement with the Nepalese government for research in the Himalaya, GEN draws on the Japanese government's funding of research works carried out by Japanese researchers, including hydrologists, glaciologists, meteorologists and other experts.
But Hunt and Raymond Slade, an Austin-based hydrologist who is retired from the U.
National Weather Service hydrologist Ed Plumb flew over the river Wednesday and said the ice jam remains firmly in place, despite warm temperatures.
Since the Central Valley's supply of irrigation water faces an uncertain future, it's important to examine how shortfalls in California might affect regional climate, says study coauthor Jay Famiglietti, a hydrologist at the University of California, Irvine.
We could get an increase; (it) might not be a problem,'' said Roos Maury, chief hydrologist in the division of flood management for the Department of Water Resources.
Jonathan, 28, a biological scientist, and hydrologist Ruth are to marry at All Saints' Church, Netherthong, at noon.
It was not quite the proverbial drop in the bucket, but almost," said Jon Lea, a hydrologist with the agency's snow survey office in Portland.
Between fire and drought it's hard to stay here," says Alex DiNatale, Navajo Nation hydrologist (water scientist).