U.S. Geological Survey
Water Resources Discipline
North Carolina Water Science Center
3916 Sunset Ridge Rd
Raleigh, NC 26707
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Doctor of Philosophy, Geoscience (2008) The University of Iowa
Master of Science, Civil and Environmental Engineering (2006) The University of Iowa
Master of Business Administration, Organizational Development (2004) Upper Iowa University
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering (2002) Gonzaga University
The application of geographic information systems to hydrology including basin-scale flow and water quality modeling, water resources assessment, and engineering design solutions
Lower Roanoke River one and two-dimensional flow and water quality modeling and analysis, in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Ecological modeling, hydrograph separation, and water availability investigations for National Wildlife Refuges, in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Water balance modeling of Iowa streams
Suburban floodplain inundation theory and modeling
Wehmeyer, L., 2009, GIS for a changing world: Examples of engineering applications of GIS at the U.S. Geological Survey. Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont.
Buell, G.R., Calhoun, D.L. and Wehmeyer, L., 2009, Hydrologic and land-use/land-cover metrics used in ecological assessments of six U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service national wildlife refuges in the Southeastern USA. Georgia Water Resources Conference, Athens, GA, [extended abs].
Wehmeyer, L., Powell, J., Bales, J.D., and Garcia, A.M., 2009, Application to the Mobile River of Lessons Learned from Flow and Water Quality Modeling in the Lower Roanoke River, North Carolina. Alabama Water Environment Association Conference, Orange Beach, Alabama [abs].
Wehmeyer, L., Bales, J.D., and Garcia, A.M., 2009, In-Stream Flow and Floodplain Inundation Modeling in the Lower Roanoke River Corridor, 1997-2007. 2009 Virginia Water Conference, Richmond, Virginia [abs].
Wehmeyer, L., and J. Bales, 2008. Dynamic In-Stream and Floodplain Water Level Modeling in the Lower Roanoke River Corridor, North Carolina, 1997-2007. 2008 North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina [abs].
Bradley, A. A., and L. Wehmeyer, 2007. Rational Method Comparison for Gages Streams. 2007 Engineering and Project Management Conference, Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) and Quad Cities Section American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Davenport, Iowa.
Bradley, A. A., and L. Wehmeyer, 2007. Evaluation of Rational Method Flood Frequency Estimates for Midwestern Streams. 45th Annual ASCE Environmental and Water Resources Design Conference, Iowa Section ASCE, Coralville, Iowa.