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Kane native monitors flows in New York rivers

December 28, 2013

Adam Baldwin, a 2006 graduate of Kane High School, uses a computer and sophisticated equipment to measure river flows. He is a hydrologic technician with the U.S. Geological Survey office in Troy, N.Y.

Leaving his hilltop hometown of Kane, Adam Baldwin now is working in a valley where he monitor flows in rivers in New York state.

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