Jessica CorrellOklahoma Water Resources Board
Jessica attended Oklahoma State University Boone Pickens School of Geology for undergraduate and graduate degrees (2005-2011). She interned at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Oklahoma Water Science center while completing her graduate degree. While there she participated in water level measurements, stream flow measurements, digitizing well logs, and describing core samples.
In March 2011, Jessica began work at the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB). She helped complete hydrologic investigations on the Garber-Wellington, Enid Isolated Terrace, North Canadian Alluvium & Terrace, and Rush Springs. She also provided reviews and feedback for various other studies by the OWRB as well as the USGS. She has been Involved in the Maximum Annual Yield determinations for the Arbuckle Simpson and the Garber-Wellington. She facilitates projects to update systems, processes, and training for all sections across the Water Rights Administration division at the OWRB. She has also assisted in writing rules and determining policies for new processes and procedures at the OWRB, such as, marginal water, artificial recharge, and an intent to drill system.
Jessica enjoys organizing various outreach events and teaching opportunities for schools and neighborhoods.