Adam Stonewall is a supervisory hydrologist and the surface water specialist at the USGS Oregon Water Science Center.
I have been a Hydrologist in the Oregon Water Science Center since 2001. My background is primarily in flood frequency analysis. I also have strong interest and/or experience in statistical testing for nonstationarity, climate change, monte-carlo simulations and nonparametric statistics.
Education and Certifications
B.S. in hydrology from the University of Arizona
M.S. in forest hydrology from the University of British Columbia. Thesis: “The Use of Monte-Carlo Simulations in the Detection of Nonstationarity in Peak-Annual Flood Time Series of British Columbia"