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Kevin J. McGuire

Associate Director, Virginia Water Resources Research Center

  • Associate Professor

Kevin J. McGuire is the Virginia Water Resources Research Center's associate director and research assistant professor of forest hydrology. He holds a faculty appointment in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservationin the College of Natural Resources and Environment.

His research interests focus on watershed management and forest hydrology, runoff generation processes, tracer and isotope applications in hydrology, and land use and climate change effects on water resources. He has a PhD degree in Forest Engineering from Oregon State, a M.S. degree in Forest Resources from Penn State, and a B.S. degree in Environmental Science from Susquehanna University.

Dr. McGuire has taught graduate courses at Plymouth State, Oregon State, and Penn State in the areas of hydrology and watershed management. He is a member of the American Water Resources Association, American Geophysical Union, International Association for Hydrological Sciences, and Hubbard Brook LTER Committee of Scientists.

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