Kirk Smith is a Supervisory Physical Scientist for the New England Water Science Center.
Kirk has been with the USGS since 1993. He has conducted numerous studies in the field of stormwater and urban hydrology and specializes in the design and construction of integrated turnkey water-quality monitoring and sampling systems for the study of time-variable water-quality contaminant sources in surface water and groundwater. Kirk holds two U.S. Government Patents for the development of an automated self-calibrating water quality monitoring sensor-housing assembly and an automated groundwater monitoring system and method.
1993 - present, U.S. Geological Survey - Physical Scientist
Education and Certifications
B.S. Environmental Management (Wildlife and Fisheries Science minor), Pennsylvania State University