Eve L Kuniansky


Eve Kuniansky is an emeritus scientist within the Water Resources Mission Area, Office of Quality Assurance. She retired from full time after 35 years on December 31, 2017.

In January 1983, she began a career with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and gained experience in surface-water modeling, project management, borehole geophysics, geologic mapping, field data collection, groundwater flow and transport simulation, Geographic Information System, karst hydrology, and aquifer hydraulics (Baton Rouge, LA 1983-1986; Austin, TX 1986-1998; Atlanta, GA 1998-2017). In 1998, she was promoted to Southeastern Region Groundwater Specialist providing technical assistance to groundwater projects throughout the southeastern USA, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Because of her expertise she was frequently selected for short term international assignments by the USGS International Water Resources Branch (China, Israel, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Kenya, and South Africa). She is still answering questions via email and working on textbooks and the Karst Interest Group workshop moved to October of 2021.


Franklin and Marshall College, Bachelors Physics, 1978
Georgia Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Civil Engineer with highest honor 1981
Georgia Institute of Technology, Master of Civil Engineer (Hydrology/Hydraulics) 1982