Assistant Professor of Geosciences (starting spring 21)
I am motivated by beautiful and complex landscapes. I want to better understand how they function and how this will be altered in our rapidly changing world. I focus primarily on water in frozen and liquid form along with all the particles, solutes, and transformations they undergo as they move with water through the landscape.
I am also still an NSF Earth Sciences Post-Doctoral Fellow, working with Dr. Matt Ross at Colorado State, Dr. Josh Koch and Dr. Jamie Shanley at the USGS, and Dr. Shad O'Neel at CRREL. I completed my PhD with Dr. Mike Gooseff at University of Colorado- Boulder, my MS with Dr. Kelsey Jencso at University of Montana, and my BS in Land Resources and Environmental Sciences at Montana State University.
When I'm not doing research, you can find me running and skiing around the mountains or in the kitchen experimenting with some new dish or baked good. Preferably one that uses fresh food from my garden.