Ecohydrology @ UMN

We are recruiting a new Ph.D. student to do research on snow hydrology in peatland watersheds!

I am also on the lookout for motivated students to join our group. If you are interested in one of our other projects, please get in touch with your CV and a brief statement on how your interests align with our group's.

Our group studies how water shapes ecosystem response to climate change and use this knowledge to advance watershed and Earth system modeling. We work in a wide range of settings, including seasonally dry ecosystems, urban cities, and peatland watersheds.

We use a range of statistical, computational, and field-based methods to analyze the variability in the climate system and model the nonlinear dynamics within the soil–plant–atmosphere continuum.