I am a watershed hydrologist that is interested landscape to regional scale processes and patterns that dynamically interact with human and ecological components of the system. My research has included investigations into how landscape structure influences vegetation patterns and biogeochemical cycles, and using remote sensing data to scale field observations. I am currently working on project to incorporate how humans manage water resources in the Boise River Basin, ID with a hydrologic model of the basin. Combining various data sources and modeling expertise, we hope to increase science outreach and education, and contribute to science based tools that can contribute to sustainable resource management.
As noted in my Student and Early Career Scientist Profile on the AGU tumbler page, I am an avid river runner, and general outdoor enthusiast. When I'm not at my desk I'm likely to be found outdoors adventuring!