Estimated Water Use in Iowa, 1985: Usgs Open-File Report 87-704

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Legacy of
Learning Exhibit
Montana Woman
of Achievement
Chicks in Science
April, 12th 2014
Lauren Wright
406-896-5828
[email protected]
Chicks In Science
Committee Member
Office of Community Involvement
I love science and the
environment! I am excited to
learn more about other
women in Montana that are
making breakthroughs in
STEM related fields!
Joanna Thamke
Stem Field:
Science
In 2012, U.S. Geological
Survey Scientist, Joanna
Thamke received the
National Level Silver
Medal Award from the
U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency for
her work addressing
contaminated drinking
water on the Fort Peck
Indian Reservation.
Hydrologist
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
COMMUNITY:
IMPACT
In 1998 Joanna Thomas received the Environmental Achievement
Award for work that helped to make significant improvements to a
contaminated aquifer in Polar Montana.
In 2012, U.S. Geological Survey Scientist, Joanna Thamke received the
National Level Silver Medal Award from the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency for her work addressing contaminated drinking
water on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
WOMEN AND GIRLS:
Joanna is a role model for the positive impact women can make in
their communities and for the people around them by pursuing an
education in STEM related fields!
OTHER INTERESTING INFO:
Joanna Thamke co authored Estimated Water Use in Iowa, 1985: Usgs
Open-File Report 87-704 and has written several other articles about
water usage in the United States.
Resources
 http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/article.as
p?ID=3108#.UwOQymJdU7k
 http://water.montana.edu/mwnewsletter
/archives/2008/newsletter_08_12.htm
 http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Joa
nna_Thamke/publications/
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