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Nicholas Stasulis

Nicholas Stasulis is a Supervisory Hydrologic Technician in the New England Water Science Center.

Nick is experienced in collection and publication of hydrologic data; the use of acoustics for measurement of streamflow in open-water and ice conditions; collaborating with partners and cooperators to develop proposals to meet their science needs; and training staff on USGS policies/methodologies for collection of hydrologic data.

Nick began his USGS career as a student with the Maine Water Science Center while attending the University of Maine. After graduation, Nick worked in the Maine Data Program, building an expertise in the collection and publication of streamflow and groundwater data. In addition, Nick took a particular interest in the use of hydroacoustics for measurement of velocity and streamflow. This interest led to opportunities to test new acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCPs) for the USGS, teach national training courses on the subject, and serve as a member of the USGS Hydroacoustics Work Group (HaWG). Since 2016, Nick has supervised staff in the Maine Office of the New England Water Science Center, with a focus on streamflow and groundwater monitoring. Nick also serves on the IJC International St. Croix River Watershed Board, and as co-chair of Maine's Drought Task Force and River Flow Advisory Commission.

Professional Experience

  • 2016 - present. U.S. Geological Survey - Supervisory Hydrologic Technician

  • 2004 - 2016. U.S. Geological Survey - Hydrologic Technician

Education and Certifications

  • B.S. Microbiology, University of Maine, 2004

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