Roy C Bartholomay

Biography

Roy Bartholomay is Chief of the USGS Idaho National Laboratory Project Office in Idaho Falls. He previously served as the Water-Quality Specialist and Chief of the Huron Programs Office of the USGS South Dakota Water Science Center from 2002 to 2007. His scientific research involves studies on groundwater geochemistry and water quality. 

EDUCATION

B.S., Geology, 1987, North Dakota State University

M.S., Geology, 1990, Idaho State University

USGS Western Region Managers Development Program, 2001

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Tobacco Root Geological Society
  • Idaho Academy of Sciences