Alton Anderson


Alton Anderson is a hydrologist with the  USGS in the New York Water Science Center. He started with the USGS as a student employee while attending the State University of New York  at Albany where he received  a B.S.  in Geology in 1997. In New York, Alton provides support in geophysical log collection and analysis and helps oversee the cooperative, statewide observation well network.  As part of the training and technology transfer program of the Office of Groundwater-Branch of Geophysics he provides geophysical support to USGS offices nationwide. 


Eckhardt, David A.V.; Anderson, J. Alton, 2010, Geophysical Logs of Selected Wells at the Diaz Chemical Superfund Site in the Village of Holley, New York, 2009: Data Series 500, 15p.

Anderson, J.A., Morin, R.H., Cannia, J.C., and Williams, J.H., 2009, Geophysical log analysis of selected test holes and wells in the High Plains aquifer, Central Platte River basin, Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5033, 16p.

Eckhardt, David A. V.; Anderson, J. Alton, 2007, Geophysical Logs of Selected Test Wells at the Diaz Chemical Superfund Site in Holley, New York: Open-File Report 2007-1081, 17p.

Anderson, J.A., Williams, J.H., Eckhardt, D.A.V., and Miller, T.S., 2004, Geophysical, Stratigraphic, and Flow-Zone Logs of Selected Test, Monitor, and Water-Supply Wells in Cayuga County, New York: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 03-468, 10 p.