Climate & Hydrology Changes in the Northeast US – David Boutt

In this presentation, Dave analyzes long-term records of groundwater levels in the Northeastern United States, to decipher regional-scale groundwater – surface water interactions. The rich dataset contains a story of large droughts, climate connections, and significant changes in groundwater storage.

David is an associate professor of Hydrogeology in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. His research focuses on physical hydrology and he incorporates hydrogeological information to gain a more detailed understanding of hydrologic budgets.

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