Professor, Geology and Geological Engineering
- Ph.D. in Hydrogeology, Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Stanford University, 2005
- B.Sc. with Honors in Geophysics, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Connecticut, 1999
- Fluid flow and contaminant transport in porous media and fractured rock as well as groundwater-surface-water interactions.
- Integration of hydrologic and geophysical techniques.
- Mathematical simulation to improve predictive modeling.
- Quantification of the “geophysical footprint” to constrain the operation of parameters controlling fluid flow and solute.
- Transport in various settings.
- Water quality degradation and human behavior.
- Imaging moisture dynamics in desert ecosystems.
- Exploring changes in infiltration after fire.
- Quantifying kinetics of iron reduction given electrical measurements.
- GEGN 466: Groundwater Engineering (fall)
- GEGN 467: Groundwater Engineering with Lab (fall)
- GEGN 584: Field Methods in Hydrology (fall)
- Coming soon: Water in the West (spring) and Matlab for Earth Sciences (spring)
- For a full, up-to-date list of publications, please click here.