U.S. Geological Survey
Wisconsin Water Science Center
8505 Research Way
Middleton, Wisconsin 53562
- B.S., Biology, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, 1990
- M.S., Water Resources Management, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 1992
Areas of Expertise
- Design, instrumentation, and implementation of projects focused on measuring and interpreting water-quantity and water-quality data from nonpoint sources including:
- agricultural land at edges of fields, streams, and subsurface-tiles, and
- urban lawns.
- Hydraulic models including use of HEC-2 and WSPRO for step-backwater analysis, and the Slope-Area Computation (SAC) and Culvert Analysis Programs (CAP) for indirect discharge determinations.
Wisconsin Certified Professional Hydrologist (1999 - present)
USGS series publications
Stuntebeck, T. D., Komiskey, M. J., Owens, D. W., Hall, D. H., 2008, Methods of data collection, sample processing, and data analysis for edge-of-field, streamgaging, subsurface-tile, and meteorological stations at Discovery Farms and Pioneer Farm in Wisconsin, 2001-7. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2008-1015.
Stuntebeck, T.D., and Bannerman, R.T., 1998, Effectiveness of Barnyard Best Management Practices in Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 051–98.
Stuntebeck, T.D., 1995, Evaluating barnyard best management practices in Wisconsin using upstream-downstream monitoring: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 221–95.
Journal articles, reports, and other publications