As a geologist at the Survey, I do fieldwork, data management, and geographic information system (GIS) work for a variety of projects and research topics. I balance time between the field and the office.
For my current projects, I
- fly the Survey’s drone to collect aerial and thermal images,
- photograph and describe sediment core,
- use GIS to create maps, and
- sample, measure, and monitor springs.
I really enjoy the opportunity to work outside, meet people throughout the state, and do science that applies to groundwater issues.
My current projects can be explored through this interactive map:
Read about my work
- Swanson, S.K., Graham, G.E., and Hart, D.J., 2019, An inventory of springs in Wisconsin: Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin 113, 24 p., https://wgnhs.wisc.edu/pubs/000968/.
- Graham, G.E., Fehling, A.C., Gotkowitz, M.B., and Bradbury, K.R., 2019, Hydrogeologic atlas of Bayfield County, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Technical Report 005, 25 p., 5 plates, scale 1:100,000, https://wgnhs.wisc.edu/pubs/000967/.
- Graham, G.E., Swanson, S.K., and Hart, D.J., 2019, Methods and best practices for surveying springs in Wisconsin: Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Open-File Report 2019-03, 11 p., 13 appendices, https://wgnhs.wisc.edu/pubs/wofr201903/.
- American Water Resources Association, Wisconsin Section, member
- Geological Society of America, member