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 will have an opportunity for an undergraduate student to join our lab this coming summer. We're also looking ahead to fall 2016 for another graduate student opportunity in critical zone science.
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 are also studying stream networks, plant water use, snow and water quality in mountainous watersheds throughout Idaho.
Please explore the links to the left to learn more about my research and teaching interests.
Below is a time-lapse movie that I created at a thermokarst feature in northern Alaska: