Wes Danskin, P.G., C.HG.
Why the USGS is Drilling Deep Monitoring Wells in an Area of Little Groundwater
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Mr. Danskin is a research hydrologist with the USGS. He has workded for USGS offices in Alaska, Menlo Park, and San Diego. Mr. Danskin has professional experience in optimal water management; groundwater simulationi, constrained optimization; hydrogeologic analysis of regional systems; integrated surface water/groundwater interpretations; and conflict resolution, technical mediation of water issues. Mr. Danskin's reserach interests include real-world application of constrained optimization techniques, real-time water management, conflict resolution of water issues, integrated management of biologic/hydrologic resources, and land deformation caused by groundwater recharge/extraction.
Mr. Danskin received his B.A. in Geology from Carleton College and his M.S. in Applied Hydrogeology from Stanford Unitversity. His awards/honors and publications can be found at: http://ca.water.usgs.gov/bios/wdanskin.html.
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