Sandra Eberts is the Program Science Coordinator for the USGS Water Resources Mission Area, Office of Planning and Programming (OPP).
Sandra Eberts is the Program Science Coordinator for the USGS Water Resources Mission Area, Office of Planning and Programming (OPP). One of her primary responsibilities is to engage regional and national-level stakeholders to cultivate opportunity for USGS science to meet their needs and to create excitement for USGS products long before their planned release. Sandy is the USGS representative to the Source Water Collaborative—29 national organizations united to protect America's sources of drinking water. She is a member of the American Water Works Association Groundwater Committee, the International Joint Commission Science Advisory Board - Research Coordination Committee, and the Great Lakes Coordinating Committee Executive Support Group. Sandy serves as the USGS point-of-contact for the Urban Waters Federal Partnership.
Sandy is a Professional Hydrogeologist. She holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Geology from The Ohio State University and a Certificate in Legislative Studies from Georgetown University. She has been with the USGS for more than 35 years.
Science and Products
Science and Products
Pre-USGS PublicationsLandon, M.K., Jurgens, B.C., Katz, B.G., Eberts, S.M., Burow, K.R., and Crandall, C.A., 2010, Depth-dependent sampling to identify short-circuit pathways to public-supply wells in multiple aquifer settings in the United States: Hydrogeology Journal, v. 18, no. 3, p. 577-593.Eberts, S.M., Harvey, G.J., Beckman, S.W., and Jones, S.A., 2003, Multiple process assessment for a chlorinated-solvent plume, In Phytoremediation: Transformation and Control of Contaminants, McCutcheon, S.C. and Schnoor, J.L., eds.: New York, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.Eberts, S., Schalk, C., Vose, J. and Harvey, G., 2000, Hydrologic effects of cottonwood trees on a shallow aquifer containing trichloroethene: Hydrological Science and Technology, v. 15, p. 115-121.Bair, E.S., Sheets, R.A., and Eberts, S.M., 1990, Particle-tracking Analysis of flow paths and traveltimes from hypothetical spill sites within the capture area of a wellfield: Ground Water, 28: 884-892. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.1990.tb01724.x.