Andrea S Medenblik


Andrea Stewart Medenblik is a hydrologist at the U.S. Geological Survey - South Atlantic Water Science Center. Her research background includes ecohydrology, isotope hydrology, watershed modeling, stormwater monitoring, water quality, and geospatial analysis. Current projects focus on developing data visualization applications for water quality and quantity modeling and monitoring efforts. 



M.S. Natural Resources, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC - 2019

ThesisDetermination of soil and tree water sources and residence times using stable isotopes in a southern Appalachian forest

B.S. Environmental Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC - 2016

Thesis: Incorporating forest biodiversity and ecophysiology in watershed ecohydrologic models


Recent Projects

Floodplain Ecosystem Service Mapper: web-based data visualization tool that displays LIDAR-based floodplains and stream channel metrics in the Delaware River and Chesapeake Bay Basins. Future updates will incorporate watershed-level evaluations of floodplain ecosystem services.

North Carolina Water-Quality Model Mapper: web-based data visualization tool that displays estimated water-quality in North Carolina watersheds, based on SPARROW models of total suspended solids, total nitrogen, and total phosphorus.

Waterbody Rapid Assessment Tool (WaterRAT): Python application designed for three-dimensional visualizations of data collected by autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).

National Streamflow Satistics (NSS): in-progress web application that provides a simple method for applying regional flood-peak streamflow estimates and low flow frequency/duration streamflow estimates.