Earl Greene, Adjunct Faculty

Earl Greene is Chief of External Research, US Geological Survey – Water Mission Area. Earl did his graduate work at the University of Idaho. He began his Federal career with the Research Branch of the US Forest Service in 1983 and moved to the US Geological Survey as a Research Hydrologist and Project Chief in 1986. His research is focused on modeling flow and transport of water in karst and fractured rock terrain. Earl is currently the Chief of the State Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) Program. Where he oversees research conducted at the 54 Water Resources Research Institutes. Each Institute plans, facilitates, and conducts research to aid in the resolution of State and regional water problems. As the Chief, he establishes total programmatic direction, reports on the activities of the Institutes, coordinates and facilitates regional research and information, technology transfer, and operates the USGS Student Internship Program at each Institute.

Prof. Greene’s JHU email is egreene1@jhu.edu.

He teaches Hydrology & Water Resources and Drinking Water, Sanitation and Human Health in the Environmental Sciences and Policy Program.