Jim Rudolph

Water Resources Specialist Job Duties Water Quality Monitoring; Data Analysis; Database Development
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July, 2017

Previous Employer(s)

Capitol Region Watershed District; Washington Conservation District; Minnehaha Creek Watershed District


B.S. Environmental Science, Policy and Management with a focus on Hydrology, University of Minnesota—Twin Cities; Certified Hydrologic Technician, American Institute of Hydrology


Jim Rudolph’s work with the MWMO monitoring team includes preparing the Annual Monitoring Report, summarizing and analyzing water quality and quantity data, maintaining our Water Information Systems by KISTERS (WISKI) database, maintaining partnerships with member cities as well as assisting with sample collection and fieldwork. He has eight years of water resources experience and has worked as an intern at three watershed districts before his position with the MWMO. He has a B.S. in Environmental Science and a B.A. in Psychology, both from the University of Minnesota.