Our group at Idaho State University focuses on hydrology in mountain and polar regions. We're interested in how climate and land use changes may affect water resources in these areas.
We've got some opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students this year and next!
We're also currently working on a collaborative project to understand coupled hydrology and biogeochemistry of water tracks in Arctic Alaska with a great team from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. We've also got research on stream networks and plant water use going in the local Gibson Jack watershed and in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.
Please explore the links to the left to learn more about my research and teaching interests.
I've included a bunch of science blogs on the Links page that I hope you'll enjoy.
Here's a time-lapse movie that I made at a thermokarst feature in northern Alaska: