The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Andrew Lange is a hydrologist for the USGS New York Water Science Center, Coram Program office, in the Hydrologic Surveillance and Analysis section. Andy received his BS degree in Geology with a minor in Biology from Hofstra University in 1987. He has also completed some additional graduate coursework at Stony Brook University. He currently maintains stream gaging stations, makes discharge measurements, and computes records as well as record water levels at ground water wells, deploy and recover storm surge sensors and process associated data, and documenting high water marks. Since joining the USGS in 1990, Andrew has also worked on numerous multi-disciplinary projects including saltwater intrusion, hydrogeologic mapping, fractured-rock hydrology, borehole geophysics and water-quality tide gages.
surface water (non-marine) groundwater streamflow hydrology
Use of advanced borehole geophysical and techniques to delineate fractured-rock ground-water flow, faults, foliation, and fractures along the western part of Manhattan, New York,Stumm, Frederick; Chu, Anthony; Lange, Andrew D.; Paillet, Frederick L.; Williams, John H.; Lane, John W.
Hydrogeology and extent of saltwater intrusion on Manhasset Neck, Nassau County, New York,Stumm, Frederick; Lange, Andrew D.; Candela, J.L.
Hydrogeology and Extent of Saltwater Intrusion in the Northern Part of the Town of Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York: 1995–98, Stumm, Frederick; Lange, Andrew D.; Candela, Jennifer L.