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NAWQA Liaison Committee Meeting on Water Availability

Full Biography: Kevin F. Dennehy

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Kevin F. Dennehy is the Coordinator for the US Geological Survey's Ground-Water Resources Program in Reston, Virginia. The Ground-Water Resources Program focuses on national and regional interests in ground water by conducting multidisciplinary, large-scale studies of ground-water availability; developing new field techniques, geophysical methods, and computer models to monitor and analyze ground-water systems. The Program monitors changes in ground-water conditions resulting from climate variability and withdrawals.

For the last 29 years, Dennehy has been employed by US Geological Survey, and has worked in New Mexico, South Carolina, Massachusetts, and most recently, Colorado. Prior to his current assignment at USGS Headquarters, he was Project Manager of the National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program's High Plains Regional Ground-Water-Quality Study. Kevin received undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of New Hampshire and the University of South Carolina, respectively. He is the author and co-author of more than 50 publications on a variety of water resources topics.

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