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Brian Pellerin

Brian Pellerin is the Program Manager for the Next Generation Water Observing Systems (NGWOS) and Water Hazards Programs.

Professional Experience

  • 2017-  Branch Chief, Hydrologic Networks Branch, USGS, Observing Systems Division, Reston, Virginia

  • 2016-2017 Research Physical Scientist (RGE), USGS, Office of Water Quality, Reston, Virginia

  • 2009-2016 Research Soil Scientist (RGE), USGS, California Water Science Center, Sacramento

  • 2007-2009  Soil Scientist, USGS, California Water Science Center,  Sacramento

  • 2004-2007  National Research Council Post-Doctoral Associate, USGS,  California Water Science Center, Sacramento

  • 2000-2004  Graduate Research Assistant, University of New Hampshire

  • 1998-2000  Graduate Research Assistant, University of Maine

  • 1996-1998  Technician Assistant, USDA-Forest Service, Durham, New Hampshire

Education and Certifications

  • 2004 Ph.D., Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, University of New Hampshire, Durham.  Dissertation:  The influence of urbanization on runoff generation and stream chemistry in Massa

  • 2000 M.S., Plant, Soil and Environmental Science, University of Maine, Orono.  Thesis: Inferences from soil chemical properties on linkages between soil and surface water in Maine forested waters

  • 1998 B.S., Environmental Science (Soil Science minor), University of New Hampshire, Durham

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