Hydrologic Scientist, US Geological Survey
As a hydrologic scientist with the US Geological Survey Jack Eggleston advises government agencies and water utilities, helping them develop solutions to problems involving water resource scarcity and regulation. His current work is focused on groundwater science and planning in the Middle East and the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain.
Prior to joining the USGS he was a research professor at Duke University and North Carolina State University, where he taught hydrogeology courses and performed research on contaminant transport in complex groundwater systems. He has authored numerous journal articles and technical reports on the topics of aquifer characterization, hydrologic modeling, and human impacts on water resources. He holds a BA in Mathematics and Philosophy from St. John’s College and a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Duke University.