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Jacob Brown

 Jacob Brown
Water Data Scientist/Integrator
New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology

575-835-6333 fax

Jacob received his bachelor's degree from Pomona College (mathematics and French) and his master's degree (hydrology) from the Colorado School of Mines. He most recently worked for RESPEC where he focused primarily on floodplain management and storm sewer system analyses. He spent much of his time using GIS, SWMM, and HEC-RAS. His interests now lie in coupling hydrology with computer science. Jacob is working on data integration / data services for the Water Data Initiative.

(See Curriculum Vitae)


B.A. in Mathematics and French, Pomona College, 2013

M.S. in Hydrology, Colorado School of Mines, 2018


(See Curriculum Vitae for more details)

"An Integrated Statistical and Deterministic Hydrologic Model for Analyzing Trace Organic Contaminants in Commerical and High-Density Residential Stormwater Runoff Modeling," Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 673, 2019


"Is My Transportation Infrastructure Resilient to Floods Under Climate Change? Piloting New National Guidelines in Colorado and Across the Country," CASFM Virtual Annual Conference, 2021

"Modeling Trace Organic Contaminants in Commercial and High-Density Residential Urban Stormwater Runoff," Master's Thesis Defence, Colorado School of Mines, 2018