Linzy Foster is a Civil Engineer with the Texas Water Science Center in Austin, Texas. She previously worked in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for the Florida Water Science Center where she worked on a project involving use of MODFLOW and MODPATH in a stochastic framework to determine contributing areas for well fields in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Her current research involves using numerical methods to model groundwater flow and transport problems. Linzy is currently working on development of a SEAWAT variable-density flow and transport model of the saline zone of the Edwards Aquifer in South-Central Texas. She completed a M.S. in Civil Engineering at Auburn University in 2008 and a B.A. in Mathematics at Maryville College in 2000. Her research interests also include groundwater/surface-water interactions and water-supply issues.