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Mr. Johnny Boggs, Biological Scientist


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  • M.S., Alabama A&M University
  • USDA Forest Service Scientist
  • As a biological scientist, I study environmental processes related to how human and forest management activities will impact water and air quality. 


Adelaide (Di) Johnson, Hydrologist


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  • Ph.D. candidate, Portland State University
  • USDA Forest Service Scientist
  • As a hydrologist, I study water in streams, soils, and plants.


Stephanie Laseter, Hydrologist


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  • M.S., University of Georgia 
  • USDA Forest Service Scientist
  • A forest hydrologist studies the water cycle.  Where does water go after it falls as a raindrop?  We study how it travels through a forest, into the soil, and eventually to a stream.


Dr. Charles Luce, Hydrologist

Charles Luce, Hydrologist
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Charles Luce, Hydrologist

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  • Ph.D., Utah State University
  • USDA Forest Service Scientist
  • Hydrologists study how water moves around the world, whether as streamflow, groundwater, precipitation, or transpiration.  Water is important to all life.

Dr. Jorge R. Ortiz-Zayes, Limnologist


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  • Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder
  • USDA Forest Service Scientist
  • Limnologists study the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of inland waters, such as creeks, streams, rivers, lakes, estuaries, and even groundwater.


Dr. Ge Sun, Hydrologist


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  • Ph.D., University of Florida
  • USDA Forest Service Scientist
  • Hydrologists study the water cycle.  Studying the water cycle means tracking water movement from raindrops falling from sky to the ground, going into the soils, flowing through the rivers, and eventually moving to the ocean.