Category Archives: Guest Author

An upstream perspective on water management and conservation

ShareEditor’s note: This post is guest-authored by Herb Burnham, Lake Hartwell Association Executive Director. In this post, he provides a perspective on the importance of adaptive water management and communal efforts in water conservation.  In just the first few days … Continue reading

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How to monitor Georgia flood gages online

ShareEditor’s Note: This post is guest authored by Jonathan W. Musser and Anthony J. Gotvald of the U.S. Geological Survey, Georgia Water Science Center in Norcross, Ga. In this post, Musser and Gotvald describe several web-based platforms available for monitoring … Continue reading

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Low Flows from Thurmond Dam: A Downstream Perspective

ShareEditor’s note: This post is guest authored by Dr. Will Duncan, Aquatic Ecologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Will works on in-stream flow and habitat issues in the southeastern United States. In this post, he provides perspective on … Continue reading

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Guest column: USGS stream gauge network provides real-time water data in Savannah River Basin

ShareEditor’s note: This post is guest authored by Brian McCallum, the Assistant Director of U.S. Geological Survey’s Georgia Water Science Center in Norcross, Georgia. He oversees all USGS hydrologic monitoring for the state of Georgia. Below he discusses how stream … Continue reading

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