Michael Antidormi is a Hydrologist at the USGS New York Water Science Center.
Michael Antidormi is Hydrologist in the Watersheds Research Section of the United States Geological Survey - New York Water Science Center located in Troy, NY. Michael obtained his master's degree from the State University of New York - SUNY Albany in Physical Geography. He started working with USGS in 2012. He currently works on topics ranging from microplastics, green infrastructure monitoring, sediment/turbidity monitoring, and long-term monitoring of stream and soil health in the Adirondacks and Catskills.
Microplastics, contaminants, green infrastructure, sediment, turbidity, soil/stream recovery to declining acidification
As a Hydrologist at the United States Geological Survey - New York Water Science Center located in Troy, NY in 2012 - present.
Education and Certifications
M.S. degree in Physical Geography from the State University of New York - SUNY Albany.
Abstracts and Presentations
"Resampling Results from the South Tributary of Buck Creek, Western Adirondacks”, 2015. Northeast Soil Monitoring Cooperative
“Monitoring Soil Response to Decreasing Acidic Deposition in a Western Adirondack Tributary Over a 16 Year Period”, 2015. Acid Rain International Conference
“Does long-term storage of air-dried soils effect the results of chemical analyses commonly performed on forest soils?”, 2016. Soil Science Society of America 2016 Meeting
“Developing a Representative and Standardized Method for Microplastic Collection in Streams at Low-Flow Conditions”, 2023. National Water Quality Monitoring Council 13th Annual Meeting