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Guinn Wallover

Water Resources Extension Agent
Berkeley County Coordinator
Water Resources Program Team, Berkeley County Cooperative Extension Office, Charleston County Cooperative Extension Office, Dorchester County Cooperative Extension Office

Office: Charleston, Berkley and Dorchester Counties
Phone: 843-730-5210
Email: cggarre@clemson.edu

 

 Educational Background

M.S. Environmental Studies
The Graduate School of the College of Charleston 2010

B.S. Earth and Environmental Sciences
Furman University 2007

 Courses Taught

Master Pond Manager

 Profile

Guinn serves as a Water Resources Extension Agent in the Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties and works with the Carolina Clear program as Co-Coordinator of the Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium. Guinn also serves as coordinator of the Master Pond Manager program. Guinn is the Coordinator for the Berkeley County Extension Office.

Guinn's areas of interest include stormwater pond management, erosion and sediment control practices, surface water and groundwater monitoring and water quality analysis. Guinn is a member of the South Carolina Association of Stormwater Managers, American Water Resources Association, and South Carolina County Agricultural Agent Association. She is a Non-Commercial Pesticide Licensed Applicator, SC Stormwater BMP Inspection and Maintenance Inspector, NC Stormwater BMP Inspection and Maintenance Certified Professional, and SC Certified Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Inspector.

 Extension and Outreach

Guinn is part of the Carolina Clear program and coordinator and part of the development team for the Master Pond Manager program. Guinn has enjoyed working with diverse outreach programs that encourage adoption of best management practices for water quality protection in the Lowcountry community and statewide.

 Publications

In Review: Buckley, KA., AE Scaroni, M Weathers, CG Wallover, A Neal. 2015. The
Development of a Communication Strategy Towards Improved Stormwater Pond Awareness and
Maintenance in South Carolina. October 26, 2015. Clemson University, Clemson, SC.

Wooten, LA. 2015. Evaluation of water quality parameters (Enterococcus spp., total suspended solids and specific conductance) in harvested rainwater and implications for management. (Master’s thesis) Retrieved from ProQuest Database, No. 1598412.

Wallover, CG. Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service. 2015. Cyanobacteria: Understanding Blue-Green Algae's Impact On Our Shared Waterways. No. H20-020. Clemson, SC.

Wallover, CG. Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service. 2015. Bioretention Cells: A Guide For Your Residents. No. H20-303. Clemson, SC.

Garrett, CG, VM Vulava, TJ Callahan, ML Jones. 2012. Groundwater-surface water interactions in a lowland watershed: source contribution to stream flow. Hydrological Processes 26(21): 3195-3206.

Callahan, TJ, VM Vulava, MC Passarello, CG Garrett. Estimating groundwater recharge in lowland watersheds. Hydrological Processes 26(19): 2845–2855.

 Links

Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium
Master Pond Manager
Garrett, CG, VM Vulava, TJ Callahan, ML Jones. 2012. Groundwater-surface water interactions in a lowland watershed: source contribution to stream flow. Hydrological Processes 26(21): 3195-3206.
Callahan, TJ, VM Vulava, MC Passarello, CG Garrett. Estimating groundwater recharge in lowland watersheds. Hydrological Processes 26(19): 2845–2855.