My team does research on mass and energy fluxes in watersheds. Our interdisciplinary research involves hydrology, hydroinformatics, environmental engineering, aquatic ecology, aquatic chemistry, and mathematical and computational modeling.
Our research, teaching and outreach activities are focused on the functioning and resilience of water resources systems. Our areas of specialty are hydrologic transport, wildfires effects in water quantity and quality, the interplay between food-energy and water resources, stream ecology, groundwater-surface water interactions, and smart tracers.
Our lab couples experimental observations with mathematical, numerical and uncertainty modeling to investigate hydrological and biogeochemical processes in watersheds. Some of the methods we are further developing and using are: