California Water Science Center (CAWSC) - San Bernardino Valley Optimal Basin Management (OBM)

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San Bernardino Optimal Basin Management

Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) San Bernardino Optimal Basin Management website. This site provides hydrologic data collected or compiled by the USGS in the San Bernardino area; some additional data may be available from the USGS database National Water Information System (NWIS).

Project Chief: Wes Danskin
Phone: 619-225-6132
Email: wdanskin@usgs.gov

About Us

We are a dedicated group of scientists and professionals that take pride in collecting and analyzing quality data to develop and apply constrained optimization techniques to demonstrate their usefulness in a real-world setting for conjunctive management of ground-water pumpage, ground-water levels, ground-water quality, and artificial recharge of surface water.

If You Have Questions or Need Assistance...

Team members for this project are available to respond to your inquiry or direct you to someone who may be able to help.

Or you could use our web form which will send an email to a staff member.

We value your opinions and encourage you to use our web survey to better improve this website.

Volunteering, Intern Opportunities, Employment

The USGS, and the San Bernardino Optimal Basin Management project in particular, occasionally have openings for volunteers, interns, post-docs, seasonal hires, and permanent employees.

If you are interested in volunteering or becoming employed by the USGS San Bernardino Optimal Basin Management project, please submit the following 3 items via email to Wes Danskin, Project Chief of the San Bernardino Optimal Basin Management project (wdanskin@usgs.gov):

  1. Letter of interest -- we want to know why you want to volunteer or work for the USGS, and the San Bernardino Optimal Basin Management project in particular;
  2. Unofficial college or high school transcripts -- we are interested in your complete academic record; and
  3. Resume -- we are interested in learning about you professionally, academically, and personally.

Thank you for your interest and time,
Wes Danskin
Project Chief
San Bernardino Optimal Basin Management Project

Contact Us

USGS
4165 Spuance Road, Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 225-6100

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