U.S. Geological Survey
Wisconsin Water Science Center
8505 Research Way
Middleton, Wisconsin 53562
- B.S. Soil Science-Natural Resources, Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison, 1998
Areas of Expertise
- Geographic Information Systems
- SPARROW Model watershed delination (SPARROW relates in-stream water-quality measurements to spatially referenced characteristics of watersheds, including contaminant sources and factors influencing terrestrial and stream transport)
- FEMA - flood water inundation maps
- Streamstats - basin delination (StreamStats is a Web-based tool that allows users to obtain streamflow statistics, drainage-basin characteristics, and other information for user-selected sites on streams)
- GIS Professional Certificate, in progress, GIS Certification Institute
- Certificate, Geographic Information Systems Graduate Program, UW-Madison, 2002
- Certificate, Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies Program, UW-Madison, 1998
USGS Series Publications
Using streamflow data to estimate average annual recharge in Wisconsin, 1970-1999. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet, in preparation.
Fitzpatrick, F.A.; Peppler, M.C.; Walker, J.F.; Rose, W.J., Waschbusch, R.J., and Kennedy, J.L., 2008, Flood of June 2008 in southern Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2008–5235, 24 p.
Kennedy, James L., Lutz, Michelle, A. Digital orthophotograph-based riparian land cover for 86 stream segments in the eight study units in Major River Basin 3 of the National Water-Quality Assessment Program, U.S. Geological Survey Data Series, in preparation.
Gebert, W.A., Kennedy, J.L., and Hunt, R.J., 2005, The importance of spatial and temporal variability in recharge, in Neff, B.P., Piggott, A.R., and Sheets, R.A., Estimation of shallow ground-water recharge in the Great Lakes Basin USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5284. HTML
Journal articles, reports, and other publications
Gebert, W.A., Radloff, M.J., Considine, E.J., Kennedy, J.L., 2007, Use of Streamflow Data to Estimate Base Flow/Ground-water Recharge for Wisconsin. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Feb 2007, 43(1):220-236. doi:10.1111/j.1752-1688.2007.00018.x