Kansas Geological Survey
Tom Glose is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Kansas Geological Survey. His current research focuses on investigating the sustainability of irrigator-driven groundwater management strategies, with the goal of quantifying the timescale over which groundwater conservation is effective. Tom received his Ph.D. in Geology from the University at Buffalo where his research focused on novel uses and limitations of heat as an environmental tracer for the quantification of groundwater-surface water interactions. When he is not in the office, Tom can be found playing soccer, exploring hiking trails, or at a local brewery.