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Thomas Huntington is a Research Hydrologist in the New England Water Science Center.
Dr. Huntington is a research scientist in the New England Water Science Center and serves as a principal investigator or co-principal investigator on various projects focusing on process-oriented, applied and basic research concerning carbon cycling, climate change and watershed biogeochemistry.
Research Hydrologist. USGS, 1990-present
Research Assistant Professor -- (1986-1990) University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Postdoctoral Research Fellow -- (1984-1986) Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Cornell Univ., B.A. (6/74) Biology - Ecology
Univ. of Kentucky, Ph.D. (6/84) Soil Chemistry, Fertility, & Microbiology
This data release provides data in support of an assessment of changes in slope of the concentration-discharge relation for total organic carbon in eight major rivers at gaging stations in Connecticut from October 1972 to September 2019 (U.S. Geological Survey water years 1973 to 2019). The rivers include the Connecticut at Thompsonville (01184000), Housatonic at Stevenson (01205500), Quinebaug at
Staff from the Cape Cod National Seashore, National Park Service (CACO NPS) began limited water-quality data collection in the Herring River Estuary as early as 1984. In 2006 a monthly sampling program was established for 14 sites to monitor nutrient concentrations, dissolved oxygen, and other constituents. This monitoring program is ongoing and has been supplemented with data from other CACO NPS
This data release provides analytical and other data in support of an analysis of nitrogen transport and transformation in groundwater and in a subterranean estuary in the Eel River and onshore locations on the Seacoast Shores peninsula, Falmouth, Massachusetts. The analysis is described in U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2018-5095 by Colman and others (2018). This data rel