What we do
The Harmon Lab researches a variety of topics pertaining to hydrology, climate and sustainability issues in California and globally. To do our work, we measure and model environmental systems in order to better understand and manage water resources and sustain ecosystem services.
Our research team includes undergraduate, MS and PhD students, as well as visiting scholars, professional research engineers and scientists. We are often looking for new team members. Scroll down to learn more about our work.
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Current Research Projects
The Friant Dam controls flow on the Lower San Joaquin River in Central California and serves as the focal point of our Water Sustainability & Climate project. CLICK on the PHOTO to learn more about this and other research projects
Science Across Virtual Institutes (SAVI)
International collaborative efforts take us around the globe, including to Argentina's Lago Epecuen (above), one of the saltiest lakes in the world. To learn more about our international collaborations CLICK on the PHOTO.
Education and Outreach Activities
The San Joaquin River Team (pictured above) is one of two Service Learning teams mentored by Tom Harmon. These teams work with not-for-profit community organizations. To learn more about our teams, join a team or sponsor a team, CLICK on the PHOTO.