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Thomas Suro

A hydrologist with the USGS New Jersey Water Science Center, with over 20 years experience working on a variety of projects in the areas of SW hydrology and hydraulics. He is the Surface-Water Specialist for the New Jersey Water Science Center and is the Project Chief for the Hurricane Sandy scientific investigation report which will analyze and document the coastal flooding impact on New Jer

Previously, Tom worked as the Assistant Chief of Hydraulic Surveillance and Investigations for the USGS NY: Troy; and Project Chief for Flood Investigations in New York.

Areas of interest:

  • Surface-water hydraulics engineering and watershed modeling
  • Flood frequency analysis and surface-water statistics
  • Flood hydrology
  • Inundation mapping
  • Low-flow hydrology
  • Estimating and modeling daily streamflow at ungaged sites to assist in water management and the development of streamflow standards.

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