Jason J. Gurdak, Ph.D., P.H.
2009 - Present: Assistant Professor of Geology, Department of Geosciences, SFSU
2009 - Present: Associated Faculty, Environmental Studies Program, SFSU
2007: Instructor, Environmental Science and Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
1999 - 2009: Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO
1999: Hydrogeology Consultant, Jehn Water Consulting, Denver, CO
Collaborating scientist on the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) study Groundwater Resource Assessment under the Pressures of Humanity and Climate Change (GRAPHIC).
For more information about GRAPHIC, see:
GRAPHIC web site;
GRAPHIC framework document (pdf); or
New (2011) International Research Initiative: G@GPS
In 2011, the new G@GPS initiative (Groundwater@Global Paleoclimate Signals) was launched to help the international paleogroundwater research community in coordinating activities that advance investigations of the links between paleoclimate archives and paleogroundwater observations. G@GPS is an inclusive group of scientists that coordinates paleogroundwater research, organizes workshops and training courses, and helps future and early-career researchers develop necessary skills. If you are interested in participating in G@GPS, please contact me or one of the other coordinators (see the invitation letter here: PDF). Learn more about G@GPS here.
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Last modified September 22, 2009.