Meryl Storb is hydrologist with the USGS WY-MT Water Science Center.
Meryl is also a PhD candidate in the Payn Watershed Hydrology Lab at Montana State University. She has a B.S. in Environmental Geology from the University of Montana and experience as an environmental consultant. Her past work focused on groundwater studies and Environmental Impact Assessments related to mining, and oil and gas development for a range of clients in the United States, Canada, and West Africa. Meryl's current projects are focused on water quality and building understanding of biogeochemical processes and mechanisms surrounding fate and transport for solutes in both surface water and groundwater.
2016 – present Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center
2014 – present Ph.D. student, Montana Sate University in the Payn Watershed Hydrology Lab
2008-2014 Hydrogeologist/Environmental Consultant, Geomatrix/AMEC/Newfields, Missoula, MT
2005-2008 Research Assistant/Environmental Health Technician, Missoula City County Health Department – Milltown Dam Removal Project, Missoula, MT.
Education and Certifications
Ph.D. Candidate, Ecology and Environmental Science (Watershed Hydrology), Montana State University, 2014- Present. Anticipated Graduation 2024
B.S. in Environmental Geology from the University of Montana, 2008