Michael A. Register
Michael A. Register has been with the St. Johns River Water Management District since 1990.
During his tenure with the district, he has worked in a variety of areas, including environmental resource permitting, consumptive use permitting, water supply planning, engineering and environmental sciences.
As director of the Division of Water Supply Planning and Assessment, he is currently responsible for overseeing the Bureau of Watershed Management, the Bureau of Resource Evaluation and the Bureau of Water Supply Planning. These work groups are responsible for performing surface water and groundwater modeling, developing minimum flow and levels (MFLs) and prevention/recovery strategies, and conducting the district's water supply planning efforts.
Register holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in agricultural engineering from the University of Florida. While at the University of Florida, he conducted research on using reduced irrigation rates to freeze protect commercial foliage crops. He is a registered professional engineer in Florida.