I acquired my PhD degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Syracuse University. My PhD dissertation was investigated how streamflow might respond to changing climate, watershed physical characteristics, river regulation, and land development. I currently hold a postdoctoral fellow position at Kansas State University conducting research on flood analysis throughout the United States. I am studying how considering climate nonstationarity along with river regulation and urban development can improve small and large flood forecasting. The findings of my research can reduce property damage and life loss through improving infrastructure design, reservoir management, and floodplain determination.
Kansas State University
Biological & Agricultural Engineering
129 Seaton Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
Hubbard Brook Role:
“Changing Climate Increases Discharge And Attenuates Its Seasonal Distribution In The Northeastern United States”. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 5: 164 - 178. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214581815002074.. 2016.