Gary J. Freeman has been with Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) since 1971. He is currently Principal Hydrologist and Manager overseeing PG&E’s Water Management Team, a position he has held since 1998. He has published approximately 30 technical papers on hydroelectric and reservoir operations, aquifer outflow, climate change, climate and analysis of flow measurement error. He recently received the 2011 Clark Environmental Leadership Award, PG&E’s highest environmental award for his work that measured the impact of global warming on PG&E managed watersheds. Mr. Freeman received a Master of Science degree in Watershed Management and Hydrology in 1971 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Management/Biology in 1966 from Humboldt State University.
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Gary Freeman is by far the most informed source of information on the climatology of the Northern Sierra / Cascade Watersheds, particularly ours, the Feather River Watershed. Mr. Freeman is widely published and easily searched on the web. I have selected a few of particular interest below.