Darrin Miller


I currently serve as the Idaho Falls Field Office Chief for the Idaho Water Science Center. My career with the Federal Government has been over a course of 30 years with the United State Army and U.S. Geological Survey.  I have had great opportunities in my career working in surface water and water quality studies throughout Western Colorado and Eastern Montana, offering a diverse background in both surface water and water quality hydrology. For a period of time, I was a member of the Washington Water Science Center and Field Office Chief for the Northwest Washington Field Office where I continued my work in surface water data collection, publications, water quality hydrology, supervision and management of team members. In 2018 I was offered a great opportunity and became the Field Office Chief in Idaho Falls, Idaho, where I continue my work for the United States Geological Survey, Idaho Water Science Center in surface water data collection, water quality hydrology, publications and working with local cooperators and stakeholders. 



American Institute or Hydrology (HTIII)

Mesa State Technical

Spokane Community College

Central Texas College



Sumas River Sediment Load Magirl, C.S., Curran, C.A., Czuba, C.R., Cox, S.E., Sumioka, S., Miller, D., Czuba, J.A., Marineau, M., and Kahle, S., 2011, Assessment of transport and deposition of asbestos-rich sediment along Swift Creek and the Sumas River, Whatcom County, Washington—Year-One Status Report: presented to the Environmental Protection Agency, Region X, Seattle, WA, September 29, 2011. (PDF, 3.2 MB) [Link]

Idaho - Annual Water Data Report 2018 to Current : Water Year Summaries - Current [https://waterdata.usgs.gov/id/nwis/rt]

Washington - Annual Water Data Report 2003 - 2018 : Water Year Summaries - Current [Link]

Montana - Annual Data Report 1999 - 2003 [Link]

Colorado - Annual Data Report 1994 - 1999 [Link]