Heather R Best

Currently a hydrologist in the data program running streamgages, QA/QC and publication of data. Member of Surface Velocity Work Group (Surfboard). Assist with research on use of geophysical tools in permafrost investigations, use of radars in stream gaging applications, and water quality investigations to look at sources of streamwater in relations to permafrost degradation.

Biography

Education

M.S.        2003            Boise State University, Boise, ID              Geophysics-Hydrology
B.S.         2000            Bradley University, Peoria, IL                   Environmental Science
B.S.         2000            Bradley University, Peoria, IL                   Geology

Professional Experience

2003 - Present             Hydrologist, USGS Alaska Science Center, Fairbanks, AK
2003                             Hydrologist, Eagle Lake Field Office, Bureau of Land Management, Susanville, CA

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

American Water Resources Association--Alaska Section, 2004-present