hydrology, surface water - groundwater interactions, hydrologic connectivity, numerical modeling, collection and analysis of long-term data
My interests lie at the intersection of hydrology, biogeochemistry, geology, and climatology. My research is broadly focused on understanding physical and biological controls on hydrologic partitioning and connectivity in the Earth’s “critical zone”. I am interested in understanding how critical zone structure influences hydrologic processes and function. By analyzing long-term hydrologic, geochemical, and meteorological data sets my research extracts quantitative signatures of the co-evolution of critical zone structure and function.
- Horton (Hydrology) Research Grant Recipient, American Geophysical Union, 2015