The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Matt Miller is a Research Hydrologist with the Utah Water Science Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. His current research focuses on developing new approaches for interpreting large data sets to quantify the relationships between water quality, hydrology, land use, and climate at watershed and regional spatial scales. Matt also studies how natural and anthropogenic activities influence aquatic biota. Current projects include quantifying the baseflow component of streamflow in the Upper Colorado River Basin, factors affecting seasonal variability in watershed-scale nitrogen loss in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, and using continuously collected water quality data to better understand temporal variation in biologic productivity.
Miller, M.P., S.G. Buto, P.M. Lambert, C.A. Rumsey (2017) Enhanced and updated spatially referenced statistical assessment of dissolved-solids load sources and transport in streams of the Upper Colorado River Basin. USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2017-5009, 23 p., doi:10.3133/sir20175009
Iavorivska, L., E.W. Boyer, J.W. Grimm, M.P. Miller, D.R. DeWalle, K.J. Davis, M.W. Kaye (2017) Variability of dissolved organic carbon in precipitation during storms at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Hydrological Processes, 31, 2935-2950, doi:10.1002/hyp.11235
Georgek, J.L., D.K. Solomon, V.M. Heilweil, M.P. Miller (2017) Using tracer-derived groundwater transit times to assess storage within a high-elevation watershed of the Upper Colorado River Basin. Hydrogeol. J., doi:10.1007/s10040-017-1655-4.