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♦ Surface water hydrology and hydraulics
♦ Innovative methods for hydrology data collection and delivery
♦ Streamflow statistics and uncertainty anlysis
Chris Gazoorian currently serves as the Surface Water Specialist for the USGS New York Water Science Center. Prior to this, he served as a Hydrologist, leading studies and field data collection relating to surface-water, groundwater and water-quality. Chris' reserach interests include innovative use of non-contact sensors, ice-jam flood monitoring, and streamflow uncertainly and statistical analysis.
Master of Arts, Geography, 2004, State University of New York at Albany
Certificate of Graduate Study, GIS & Spatial Analysis, 2003, State University of New York at Albany
Bachelor of Science, Geology, 2002, State University of New York at Albany
February 2005 - present
United States Geological Survey, New York Water Science Center
August 2002 – February 2005
Graduate Research Assistant
May 2002 – August 2002
State University of New York at Albany, Department of Geography and Planning
The New York Streamflow Estimation Tool produces a complete estimated daily mean time series from which daily flow statistics can be estimated and a means for quantitative flow assessments at ungaged locations to restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the Nation’s waters.
Extreme flooding on Lake Ontario can result in millions of dollars in damages to shoreline properties. Currently, USGS Lake Ontario gages report...