Research Team Bios

Scott Meyer
Geologist / GIS Specialist
Scott Meyer
  • MS, Geology, Washington State University, Pullman, 1999
  • BS, Geology, University of California, Davis, 1994






Geologist / GIS Specialist, Office of Water Programs, California State University, Sacramento, 1999–present
  • Computer modeling of stormwater runoff characteristics, constituent loads and concentrations, and litter discharges; creation of Basin Sizer program with a GIS interface
  • Creation of databases to hold monitoring and environmental data
  • Creation of web-based databases such as the Caltrans Water Quality Planning Tool
  • Creation of maps and other Geographic Information System tools to aid in analyzing stormwater runoff loads and monitoring sites
  • Project Coordinator for stormwater infiltration, highway surveys, sand filter, and sand trap pilot studies
Part-Time Faculty, California State University, Sacramento, 2003–present
  • Computer Applications in Civil Engineering (Lab Instructor)
  • Engineering Geology (Instructor)
Geologist, Colville National Forest, Colville, WA, 1998
  • Characterization of sediments at archaeological sites
Professional Interests: Environmental modeling; water quality impacts of stormwater; geographic information systems; computer application development