Assistant Professor, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
Expertise Large-scale water sustainability and the dynamic behavior of managed hydrologic systems in the context of past development and future climate change. Studies have demonstrated connections between groundwater depth, soil moisture, land energy fluxes, and large-scale weather patterns; yet few have considered the effect management has on these interactions. Improved characterization of complex system dynamics could provide new avenues for increasing efficiency and minimizing risk. My work combines physically based numerical modeling with statistical techniques to evaluate large systems using rigorous quantitative methods.
Education PHD Hydrologic science and engineering 2015, Colorado School of Mines
Office JW Harshbarger Building #11, Room 324E