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Aaron has more than 15 years of experience working on water quality and quantity issues in Montana. As a USGS Hydrologist, Aaron serves as the Boundary Water Specialist and Data Management Section Chief at the Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center. In this position Aaron focuses on the apportionment of water between the US and Canada in the Milk and St. Mary River Basins.
Aaron started his career in the private sector as a hydrogeologist for a small environmental consulting firm in Bozeman, working on contaminated soil and groundwater in southwestern and eastern Montana. After several years in the private sector, he took a position as a hydrologist with the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) in Helena. As a hydrologist with the DNRC, Aaron worked primarily on water supply issues on the Rocky Mountain Front. He also served as Treasurer, Vice-President and El Presidente of the Montana Section of the American Water Resources Association.
B.A. Geology from the State University of New York at Potsdam
M.S. Geology from the University of Montana
Many streamgages in Wyoming and Montana are recording streamflow that is very low for the date. The primary reason for these low streamflow is the current drought in both States.