Robert H Flynn

Biography

Rob Flynn began working for the U.S. Geological Survey in 1995 and has worked on a variety of groundwater and surface water projects including: surface water hydrology and hydraulics, sediment transport, statistical modeling and groundwater modeling studies. Ongoing and recent work includes: (1) U.S. Study manager for an International Joint Commission funded study, in collaboration with the Canadian government, to identify measures to mitigate flooding and the impacts of flooding  in the Lake Champlain / Richelieu River basin (http://www.participateijc.org/Champlain-Richelieu), (2) USGS Northeast US Flood Science Capability Team Leader with a team goal of advancing flood science and decision support programs in the northeast USGS Water Science Centers and, (3) Flood-inundation hydraulic modeling and mapping projects.

Education:

- MS in Civil Engineering, University of New Hampshire, 1996

Licenses:

- Professional Engineer (PE), State of New Hampshire, USA

- Professional Geologist (PG), State of New Hampshire, USA

Certification:

- OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Site Worker