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Kyle Blasch

Center Director
Water Science
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States of America


  Ph.D., Hydrology and Water Resources, 2003, University of Arizona M.S., Meteorology, 1994, Massachusetts Institute of Technology B.S., Civil/Environmental Engineering, 1994, Massachusetts Institute of Technology B.S., Earth Sciences, 1994, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Research Interest

 Hydrology and Water Resources, Meteorology, Civil/Environmental Engineering


  • Methodology to assess water presence on speleothems during periods of low precipitation, with implications for recharge sources - Kartchner Caverns, Arizona, Blasch, Kyle W.

  • Regional groundwater-flow model of the Redwall-Muav, Coconino, and alluvial basin aquifer systems of northern and central Arizona, Pool, D.R.; Blasch, Kyle W.; Callegary, James B.; Leake, Stanley A.; Graser, Leslie F.

  • Predicting alpine headwater stream intermittency: a case study in the northern Rocky Mountains, Sando, Thomas R.; Blasch, Kyle W.

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