Aquatic Technical Working Group

The Aquatic Technical Working Group provides expert knowledge across the fields of Aquatic Ecology, Biogeochemistry and Ecohydrology. group is primarily geared toward aquatic observational sampling, including biological, chemical, and physical science designs, protocols, and data products. If you have questions or comments for this working group, please contact Stephanie Parker.


Namesort ascending Affiliation
Wil Wollheim University of New Hampshire
Todd Royer Indiana University
Timothy Counihan U.S. Geological Survey
Stephen Golladay J.W. Jones Ecological Center
Sarah Spaulding U.S. Geological Survey
Rex Lowe Bowling Green State University
Mark Munn U.S. Geological Survey
Joseph Culp Environment Canada
John Melack University of California, Santa Barbara
Jennifer Edmonds Nevada State College
Erik Pilgrim U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
David Walters U.S. Geological Survey
Daniel Buscombe Northern Arizona University, School of Earth Sciences & Environmental Sustainability
Dan Sullivan U.S. Geological Survey
Carolyn Thomas Ferrum College
Andrew Todd U.S. Geological Survey
Adam Kaeser U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Stephanie Parker National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)
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