Frederick Day-Lewis

Research interests include application of geophysical methods to water-resource and engineering problems; inverse problems; geostatistics; contaminant transport. B.A. English and B.S. Hydrology University of New Hampshire (1994); Ph.D. Hydrogeology, Stanford University (2001). Assistant Professor, Bucknell University (2001-2005); Hydrologist (2003-2004, 2005-2010) and Research Hydrologist (2010-present), U.S. Geological Survey, Office of Groundwater, Branch of Geophysics. Research faculty member, U. Connecticut (2007-present). Associate Editor, Water Resources Research (2007-present), Ground Water (2003-2008), Geosphere (2009-present), and Hydrogeology Journal (2002-2006). Co-editor of 2007 AGU Monograph “Subsurface Hydrology: Data Integration for Properties and Processes.” Vice-president elect of committees and board member of the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (2012-present). Member of the Department of Energy, Environmental Remediation Sciences Program, Field Research Executive Committee (2007-2008). Member (2007-2011) and leader (2008, 2010, 2011) of review teams for USGS Water Science Centers. Author or coauthor of over 30 refereed papers or monograph chapters, with 13 in AGU journals including J. Geophysical Research, Geophysical Research Letters, and Water Resources Research. Publications include research on the use of geophysical data for hydrologic estimation; time-lapse monitoring of groundwater remediation and artificial recharge; and geophysical characterization of stream/aquifer systems. USGS Water Mission Area Lecturer, 2011. Member of AGU, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Geological Society of America, Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society, and National Ground Water Association.