Jessica Egan

Jessica Egan

MS, 2020


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Jessie is a Masters student in the Environmental Studies Program and a member of the Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Group. Jessie is currently working with a team of scientists from NEON and various universities to observe post wildfire conditions in Great Smoky Mountain National Park to better understand how thermally altered carbon is both traveling and transforming through terrestrial and aquatic systems. While passionate about approaching hydrologic concepts from a quantitative, hard sciences approach, Jessie is also interested in the human dimension and hopes to use her research and data to further explore water treatment strategies and technologies.




Matosziuk, L. M., Gallo, A., Hatten, J., Bladon, K. D., Ruud, D.,, Margaret BowmanJessica Egan, Heckman, K., Mike SanClements, Strahm, B., Weiglein, T. 2020: Short-term effects of recent fire on the production and translocation of pyrogenic carbon in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 3: 6. DOI: 10.3389/ffgc.2020.00006

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