About The Illinois State Water Survey

Speakers Bureau

Do you have a question about water resource issues? Would you like to find a speaker for your classroom or community group? Are you a stakeholder in a watershed area and need further information? Illinois State Water Survey staff are eager to share their interests and knowledge. The listing below offers speakers, defines their topic(s), and provides a short content summary. Please contact your choice of speakers (click on the individual's name to find phone and email information).

If you are trying to locate a speaker on a water issue other than those listed here, please contact Patti Hill.

Jim Angel, Illinois State ClimatologistClimate of Illinois, climate change, drought, flooding.
Ken HlinkaGroundwater availability and use in Illinois from specific locations to statewide applications; principles of groundwater, including what makes up groundwater, where it is found and how it is obtained from below the surface; domestic water wells, their planning, development, and maintenance in Illinois
Dan Webbdomestic water quality, testing, and treatment; educational talks and demonstrations, focusing on "fun" hands-on science activities.
David KristovichMidwest weather systems, lake-effect snow storms, severe storms, urban weather, meteorological field projects, etc.
Chris LehmannAtmospheric Deposition: Acid Rain & Mercury in Rain
Jennie AtkinsWater & Atmospheric Resources Monitoring (WARM) Program. WARM provides public access to databases which provide information about soil temperatures and soil moisture, growing and pest degree days, and the Illinois Climate Network.

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