Laura Labriola


Laura Labriola is a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey Oklahoma Water Science Center in Oklahoma City since 2018. Her areas of interest include numerical modeling using the MODFLOW code and using geographical information science to solve hydrologic questions. She has worked on updating peak regressions for ungaged streams in Oklahoma, area and capacity tables, and groundwater modeling. She recieved a MS in Geography from the University of Oklahoma and a BS in Meteorology/Math from the University of Miami. Her current investigative studies include running climate scenarios to determine future groundwater levels for North Fork Red River Aquifer, Rush Springs Aquifer, and Washita River alluvial aquifer, in coorperation with the Bureau of Reclamation.