Earth and Ocean Sciences
Nicholas School for the Environment
Affiliated with McGlynn Watershed Hydrology Lab
May 2017 - Graduated from Duke University! I will continue on as a research associate at Duke until I begin as the new Assistant Professor of Fresh Water in the Earth and Planetary Sciences Department at UC Santa Cruz in January 2018!
April 2017 - Manuscript on runoff generation processes in low relief landscapes accepted at Water Resources Research! Stay tuned for its release!
March 2017 - Successfully defended my PhD dissertation!
March 2017 - Data visualization + paper about bidirectional stream-groundwater dynamics now available for download! Get it here!
January 2017 - Happy to announce my AGU Fall Meeting 2016 presentation received an Outstanding Student Presentation Award (goes to top 3-5% of student presenters)!
January 2017 - Data visualization + paper just accepted at Hydrological Processes! Stay tuned for its release!
December 2016 - Presented my dissertation research at AGU in a great session on runoff processes!
October 2016 - Enjoyed a short residence at Johns Hopkins University to work with Dr. Ciaran Harman and his lab group to apply Duke Forest hydrologic data to a time-variable transit time distribution model, rSAS.
September 2016 - Come hear about the importance of temporary streams at my invited talk at SESYNC (Annapolis, MD) on September 27th at 11 AM.
September 2016 - Starting a 3-month NSF funded internship at the USGS in Reston, VA studying nutrient-discharge relationships in big rivers.
June 2016 - AGU 2016 Fall Meeting Session confirmed. Consider submitting an abstract to Session H101: The generation and function of temporary streams.
April 2016 - Awarded a 2016 Research Grant from the Geological Society of America! The grant will go toward water isotope analyses to better understand how rainfall becomes runoff.
January 2016 - Article about my research featured in Environmental Monitor. Check it out here.
December 2015 - Participated in the Annual Duke Forest Research Tour, which included a tour of my study site with members of the local community. Read about it here.