Panelist: Climate Projections for the Southwest and the Future of Water Mangement
Stacy Timmons manages a productive team of 7 staff and 2-3 students, the Aquifer Mapping Program, where she has been involved with several large-scale, long-term hydrogeologic studies focused on geologic influences on recharge, and groundwater movement and occurrence. Stacy has worked on project tasks including proposal funding, field data collection, data interpretation, data management, and reporting. She’s worked in diverse locations over New Mexico, including San Agustin Plains, Magdalena, Tularosa Basin, Truth or Consequences hot springs district, La Cienega wetlands, and southern Sacramento Mountains. Stacy has worked in hydrogeology for the Bureau of Geology since 2004 and in 2019 was appointed to a 6 year term as Interstate Stream Commissioner.