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Groundwater and Basin Resource Assessment Tools Available from DNR Division of Water

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Aired: September 10, 2014 from noon to 1pm Eastern

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water, Water Resource Assessment Section has produced many different publications, maps, and gathered data that can be very valuable to water resource managers throughout the state.  These tools represent valuable information at the state, watershed, county, and local levels.  This presentation will discuss the types of the tools available and will demonstrate how to obtain this information FREE with web connection.  


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Ginger Korinek

Meet the Presenter:

Ginger Korinek, Hydrogeologist, Division of Water, IN Department of Natural Resources

Ginger Korinek is a hydrogeologist and resource assessment specialist with DNR Division of Water.  She has been with DNR a little over a year now.  Ginger was in the private sector working on watershed management plans for improving water quality in urban, agricultural, cave, and mined areas prior to her current position.  She has both a Bachelors and Masters in Hydrogeology along with a Masters in Civil Engineering. Ginger is an Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy graduate and certified floodplain manager.  She loves to get her boots dirty, but ends up spending most of her time on the computer analyzing water resources for the state. When she is not in the office, she is out educating the public on water resources.



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