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hydrologist

[hī′dräl·ə·jəst]
(hydrology)
An individual who specializes in hydrology.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"We observed that over time the way groundwater moved and where it was present changed significantly," said USGS hydrologist Rachel Powell, lead author of the report Estimated 2012 groundwater potentiometric surface and drawdown from predevelopment to 2012 in the Santa Fe Group aquifer system in the Albuquerque metropolitan area, central New Mexico.
According to Larry Mastin, a hydrologist of the USGS, the Yellowstone super-volcano is expected to cause an eruption powerful enough to send plumes of ash clouds into the stratosphere, which is 20,000 meters from the Earth's surface, (https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1137583/yellowstone-volcano-usgs-warn-eruption-stratosphere-st-helens-pinatubo-etna-spt) Express reported.
Should insufficient rains continue over the watershed area in Bulacan, Angat Dam's water level could further decline to 173.5 meters by end of May, according to state hydrologists.
The trial court generally agreed with the approach of the Town's appraiser, though it subtracted out the flooding of any acreage beyond the hundred-year flood line because it agreed with Taxpayer's hydrologist that the dam had an insignificant impact on the extent of flooding at that level.
Journalist Afia Salam, Hydrologist Dr Hassan Abbas, Urban Planner Dr Noman Ahmed , environmental practitioner Sana Baxamoos and Agriculturalist Faisal Hassan share panel discussion on "Dialogue on Pakistan's water scarcity in the 21st century," at main campus Institute of Business Administration, Karachi.
Hassan Abbas, a renowned hydrologist and water expert of Pakistan said that a mega vision and strong will was needed to tackle the water challenges of Pakistan.
The Roath Brook Trees Campaign Group raised the funds through a crowdfunding page and say they have held initial investigations with an independent hydrologist which suggest they can put together a strong challenge to the tree felling.
"This discovery is a game-changer," said Paul Schuster, a hydrologist at the U.S.
During his first 15 years of service, he was a research scientist in the Hydrology Programs of the Weather Service until 1951, when he was appointed chief hydrologist. In 1972, he was appointed director of the Office of Hydrology, where he served until retiring in 1973.
Anything below or above this range would merit a"code red" status, state hydrologist Richard Orendain said in a phone interview on Saturday.
He worked three years as a hydrologist for the former Oregon State Water Resources Board in Salem.