Service Hydrologists




The preceding graphic (click to zoom) depicts the areas of responsibility of a Service Hydrologist. The following list links the Service Hydrologists and their corresponding areas of responsibility. A Service Hydrologist is the National Weather Service hydrologic coordinator and spokesperson for a given hydrologic service area and is the person to contact for current flood potential, streamflows, snowpack information and changes to peak flow forecasts.

  1. Albuquerque, NM
    Service Hydrologist: Ed Pulasko
    505-243-0702
  2. Cheyenne, WY
    Service Hydrologist: Tom Dietrich
    307-772-2468x493
  3. Denver, CO
    Service Hydrologist: Larry Tunnel
    303-361-0666
  4. El Paso, TX
    Hydro Focal Point: Tim Brice
    505-589-4088
  5. Flagstaff, AZ
    Hydro Focal Point: Kevin. McGrath, Steve. Sigler
    520-556-9161x493 (until July 1, 1997 call Phoenix)
  6. Grand Junction, CO
    Service Hydrologist: Eric Holloway
    970-243-7007x493
  7. Las Vegas, NV
    Service Hydrologist: Harold Daley
    702-263-9744x228
  8. Phoenix, AZ
    Service Hydrologist: Tom Zickus
    602-379-4612x228
  9. Pocatello, ID
    Hydro Focal Point: Debra Blondin
    208-233-0834
  10. Pueblo, CO
    Hydro Focal Point: Larry Walrod
    719-948- 9429
  11. Riverton, WY
    Service Hydrologist: Ray Gomez
    307-857-3898
  12. Salt Lake City, UT
    Service Hydrologist: Brian McInerney
    801-524-5142
  13. Tucson, AZ
    Service Hydrologist: Andy Bryant
    520-670-5156x228

Snowmelt Peak Flow Forecasts - March, 1997
Colorado Basin River Forecast Center (http://www.cbrfc.gov)
Last Modified: Wednesday, 12-Mar-1997 14:37:46 MST