We work in the laboratory, field and computationally on topics related to surface and subsurface hydrology, eco-hydrology, and chemical fate and transport in natural and engineered environmental systems. Our goal is to understand environmental processes and provide useful information to enable decision-makers to better manage water resources and sustain ecosystems services. We try to collaborate with researchers in the U.S. and abroad to broaden the impact of our results. Along the way, we try to create new knowledge and document that knowledge in the context of research articles, conference presentations, doctoral dissertation and MS theses.
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For more information about our specific projects, scroll down to check out the links below.
NSF Water Sustainability & Climate
Project Title: Water Sustainability & Climate - Propagating Climate-Driven Changes in Hydrologic Processes and Ecosystem Functions across Extreme Biophysical and Anthropogenic Gradients More...
InterAmerican Institute for Global Change Research
Project Title: Sensing the Americas' Freshwater Ecosystem Risks (SAFER) InterAmerican Institute for Global Change Research. (IAI Award #CRN3038, $900K, 2012-2017) More...
NSF Science Across Virtual Institutes (SAVI)
Project Title: SAVI: Climate Change, Human Adaptation and Risks to Sustainable Freshwater Ecosystems in the Western Hemisphere and Beyond (Award #CBET 1226839 $389K 2013-2016) More...