Stacy is the Associate Director for Hydrology Programs at the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources. A geologist by training, Stacy wears many other hats as a member of the Interstate Stream Commission and the Water Quality Control Commission. Above all she is a river rafter at heart.
Most Relevant Publications
Land, Lewis & Timmons, Stacy. (2016). Evaluation of groundwater residence time in a high mountain aquifer system (Sacramento Mountains, USA): insights gained from use of multiple environmental tracers. Hydrogeology Journal. 24. 10.1007/s10040-016-1400-4.
Pepin, Jeff & Person, Mark & Phillips, Fred & Kelley, Shari & Timmons, Stacy & Owens, L. & Witcher, J. & Gable, Carl. (2014). Deep fluid circulation within crystalline basement rocks and the role of hydrologic windows in the formation of the Truth or Consequences, New Mexico low-temperature geothermal system. Geofluids. 15. 10.1111/gfl.12111.
Newton, Talon & Timmons, Stacy & Rawling, Geoffrey & Kludt, Trevor & Eastoe, C.. (2008). The use of Stable Isotopes to Assess Climatic Controls on Groundwater Recharge in the Southern Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. -1. 0303.