Matthew Pajerowski is a Supervisory Hydrologist in the Studies Section of the Maryland-Delaware-District of Columbia Water Science Center.
In his current role, he serves as the Supervisory Hydrologist in the Studies Section, providing programmatic and technical direction to the Section, and overseeing the activities of a diverse group of scientists and technicians carrying out investigations of groundwater quality and movement, contaminant hydrology, fate and bioremediation of contaminants, and water use. Past study interests have included water availability and water supply, drought monitoring, and the impacts of sea level rise on shallow groundwater. He serves as the Vice-Chair of the Board of the Maryland Water Monitoring Council. From his previous experience in water-resource planning, regulation, and management, Mat maintains an interest in how science can support and inform sound resource policy decisions at all levels of government.