I am a hydrologist with interests that range across scales and disciplines. I favor work that fuses hydrologic models, remotely sensed data, and intensive field studies to generate new understanding of landscapes that extends beyond study sites. Research has taken me across the United States, from the Sawtooth mountains in central Idaho, USA, to southeastern Piedmont of the United States, to the Mississippi River Delta.
I'm currently working with the US Forest Service at the Pacific Northwest Research Station in Corvallis, Oregon. Among other questions, we are focused on disentangling the combined effects of forest management and critical zone structure on regional water resources, specifically late-summer flow regimes.