The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Sue Kahle, began her career with the U.S. Geological Survey Washington Water Science Center after completing MS and BS degrees in Geology from Western Washington University. Through my studies and work in the Pacific Northwest, I have gained extensive knowledge about the hydrogeology and water-resource issues of home state and trans boundary areas in Idaho, Oregon, and British Columbia. work routinely involves working with large groups with multiple investigators and diverse stakeholders including Tribes, and local, State, and Federal agencies.
groundwater water cycle
Vaccaro, J.J., Kahle, S.C., Ely, D.M., Burns, E.R., Snyder, D.T., Haynes, J.V., Olsen, T.D., Welch, W.B., and Morgan, D.S., 2015, Groundwater availability of the Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer System, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1817, 87 p
Kahle, S.C., and Vaccaro, J.J., 2015, Groundwater resources of the Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer System: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2015-3063,
Heywood, C.E., Kahle, S.C., Olsen, T.D., Patterson, J.D., and Burns, Erick, 2016, Simulation of groundwater storage changes in the eastern Pasco Basin, Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2016–5026, 44 p., 1