John Clune

John Clune is a Hydrologist with USGS and his research interests include 1) environmental drivers and responses of nutrients and sediment in streams with an emphasis on the effectiveness of conservation practices and 2) geochemical studies of groundwater focusing on quality of drinking water for the protection of public health.


Other Related Experience
Adjunct professor for stream ecology at York College, Pennsylvania. Provided research for the National Park Service (Grand Teton), US Army Corps of Engineers, University of Pittsburgh, Queens University Belfast, UTC Pratt and Whitney, and Lackawanna Conservation District.


B.S. Civil Engineering, 2000, University of Pittsburgh

M.S. Biology, 2008, East Stroudsburg University

Ph.D. Forestry (Hydrology), currently pursuing, Penn State University
  Dissertation: Quantifying Nutrient Conditions in Streams and Rivers of Pennsylvania: Toward Development of Water Quality Criteria

Pre-USGS Publications

Clune, J.W. 2008. Nutrient Supply Rates Relationships for Primary Production of Shallow Streams in the Mid-Atlantic States. Master's Thesis, East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.