Craig Brown is a Research Hydrologist in the New England Water Science Center.
Craig began working for the USGS as a Hydrologist in 1993. He works primarily on studies involving aquifer geochemistry, occurrence and mobility of contaminants, groundwater/surface-water interactions, and geochemical modeling.
Prior to his work with the USGS, his experience includes:
May 1992 to February 1993: Hydrogeologist--Technical Collaborator, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Biomedical & Environmental Assessment Group, Upton, multi-media modeling of radionuclides.
June 1988 to June 1991: Hydrogeologist, Geraghty & Miller, Inc., Annapolis, MD, Hydrogeologic and remedial investigations of groundwater contaminant sites throughout the U.S.
January 1987 to June 1988: Hydrogeologist, Ewers Water Consultants, Inc., Richmond, KY, Hydrogeologic investigations at karst sites in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
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