Todd Kincaid

Dr. Todd Kincaid earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Florida in Geology and Hydrogeology in 1991 and 1994. His M.S. research identified the key processes responsible for groundwater and surface water exchange through the implementation of an innovative geochemical tracing study and a mass-balanced model. His Ph.D. from the University of Wyoming in Karst Hydrogeology in 1999 was based on the fractal scale dependence of karstic permeability and the corresponding hydraulic mechanisms responsible for conduit development in karst aquifers. Kincaid developed new techniques to generate 3-D computer models of conduit morphologies and is published in many national and international publications. Dr. Kincaid serves as a GUE Board Member and as Project Baseline’s Director.