M.S., Hydrogeology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2017
B.S., Geophysics, New Mexico School of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico, 2015
Noah Stewart-Maddox Scientist (385) 955-5186 salt lake city, UT firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Noah Stewart-Maddox is hydrogeologist with 4 years of experience in groundwater modeling, hydrological modeling, and data analysis. His work has focused on modeling the effects of water resources management decisions to help inform policymakers. To best convey this information to policymakers, Mr. Stewart-Maddox uses unique visualizations and animations to present complex information in a clear and concise way.
- Groundwater Modeling
- Hydrologic Modeling
- Litigation Support
- Data Analysis
- Groundwater Monitoring
- Water Quality Monitoring
Water Quality Monitoring
Meyers, Z.P., M.D. Frisbee, L.K. Rademacher, and N.S. Stewart-Maddox. 2021. Old groundwater buffers the effects of a major drought in groundwater-dependent ecosystems of the eastern Sierra Nevada (CA). Environmental Research Letters 16(4):044044.
Frisbee, M.D., Z.P. Meyers, J.B. Miller, C.L. Gleason, N.S. Stewart-Maddox, E.B. Larson, D.E. Granger, S. Saksena, S. Dey, and E.E. Frisbee. 2019. Processes leading to the re-activation of a sinkhole in buried karst and the subsequent drying of waterfalls in a small catchment located in northern Indiana, USA. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 81:69–83.
Stewart-Maddox, N., P. Thomas, W. Parham, and W. Hipke. 2018. Restoring a world class aquifer: A brief history behind managed recharge & conjunctive management for Idaho’s Eastern Snake Plain River. The Water Report Issue #173. pp. 1–9. Envirotech Publications, Inc., Eugene, OR.
Stewart-Maddox, N.S., M.D. Frisbee, C.L. Andronicos, D.P. Genereux, and Z.P. Meyers. 2018. Identifying the regional extent and geochemical evolution of interbasin groundwater flow using geochemical inverse modeling and 87Sr/86Sr ratios in a complex conglomeratic aquifer. Chemical Geology 500:20–29.
Frisbee, M.D., Z.P. Meyers, N.S. Stewart-Maddox, M.W. Caffee, P. Bogeholz, and M.N. Hughes. 2017. What is the source of baseflow in agriculturally fragmented catchments? Complex groundwater/surface‐water interactions in three tributary catchments of the Wabash River, Indiana, USA. Hydrological Processes 31(22):4019–4038.
Frisbee, M.D., E.H. Tysor, N. Stewart-Maddox, L.M. Tsinnajinnie, J.L. Wilson, D.E. Granger, and B.D. Newman. 2016. Is there a geomorphic expression of interbasin groundwater flow in watersheds? Interactions between interbasin groundwater flow, springs, streams, and geomorphology. Geophysical Research Letters 43:1158–1165.
Stewart-Maddox, N.S., P. Thomas, W. Hipke, and N. Farmer. 2018. Distinguishing sub-aquifers in a regional fractured basalt aquifers through isotopic tracers and long-term variations in groundwater levels. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.
Stewart-Maddox, N.S., M.D. Frisbee, E. Tysor, and L. Alejandra Beltran Daza. 2016. Can spring contributing areas be used to identify interbasin groundwater flow? The role of interbasin groundwater flow in spring flow generation in the Tusas Mountains of New Mexico. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
Stewart-Maddox, N.S., A. Degon, E.H. Tysor, J. Swanson, J. Howard, M.D. Frisbee, J.L. Wilson, and B.D. Newman. 2014. The role of structure and stratigraphy on surface-water interactions in a gaining reach of the El Rito watershed. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Stewart-Maddox, N.S., E.H. Tysor, J. Swanson, A. Degon, J. Howard, L. Tsinnajinnie, M.D. Frisbee, J.L. Wilson, and B.D. Newman. 2014. Testing a community water supply well located near a stream for susceptibility to stream contamination and low-flows. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Stewart-Maddox, N.S., V. Ward, C. Keith, E.H. Tysor, and T.H. Schlossnagle. 2013. Groundwater/surface-water interaction in a losing reach of the El Rito watershed. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.