Arthur G Lilienthal, III

Hydrologist within the New York Water Science Center, Ithaca office.

Biography

Education:  

M.S., Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management, SUNY ESF, Syracuse NY, 2008.

B.S., Biology, Secondary Education, SUNY Geneseo, Geneseo NY, 2006.

Work Experience:

2008 -2010:  Hydrologic Technician, USGS Pennsylvania Water Science Center, Exton PA.

2010-2013:  Hydrologist, USGS North Dakota Water Science Center, Grand Forks ND.

2013-2014:  Hydrologist, USGS Office of the Delaware River Master, Milford PA.

2014- Now:  Hydrologist, USGS New York Water Science Center, Ithaca NY.

Job Related Training:

Flood Inundation Mapping using HEC-RAS and Arc-Map, Ithaca NY. 2016.

Rating and Shift Training, Middletown NY. 2016.

Basic Hydraulic Principles, Boulder CO. 2015.

Index Velocity Methods, Denver CO. 2014.

DECODES, Troy NY. 2014.

Streamflow Measurements Using ADCP's, Houston TX. 2011.

Stage-Discharge Relationships: Basic Concepts, Bismarck ND. 2011.

Operation and Records of Continuous Water-Quality Monitors, Indianapolis IN. 2010.

MOCC, Grand Forks ND. 2010.

Field Methods for the Collection of SW and GW Data, Denver CO. 2009.

Neat Accomplishments:

North Dakota Flood Appreciation Award, 2010 and 2011 floods in North Dakota.