Hydrogeology
Associate Professor
Associate Department Head
Geography-Geology Building #134
706-542-4263

Current Research Interests

Dr. Milewski’s research focuses primarily on complex and interrelated geologic and environmental problems using field-based data, remote sensing techniques, and numerical models.  His research weaves three interconnected threads related to water resources: addressing issues pertaining to the sources, distribution, sinks, fluxes, and mechanisms of groundwater recharge on local and regional scales; development and assessment of hydrologic models using both field-based data and cost-effective technologies to quantify, forecast, and better understand water resources; and advancing the science of satellite applications in hydrology and geology.  His research is primarily in arid to semi-arid environments or within data-sparse environments.

​1. Addressing issues pertaining to the sources, distribution, sinks, fluxes, and mechanisms of groundwater recharge on local and regional scales.
2. Development and assessment of hydrologic models using both field-based and cost-effective technologies to quantify, forecast, and better understand water resources.
3. Advancing the science of satellite applications in hydrology and geology.
4. Broad applications utilizing geophysics, isotope geochemistry, and GIS in water resources.

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