|Present||Faculty Member, Utah State University ‐ Quinney College of Natural Resources, Watershed Sciences|
Honors and Awards
- American Geophysical Union, Fellow (2013)
- American Society of Civil Engineers, Hans Albert Einstein Award (2008)
- National Science Foundation, Graduate Fellow, 1978 to 1982
- U. Illinois, Highest University Honors (top 3%), Highest Departmental Distinction
Featured Works (4)
Reviewed Journal Articles (80)
Power of Environmental Observatories for Advancing Multidisciplinary Research, Outreach, and ...
Water Resources Research (2019)
Observatory‐scale data collection efforts allow unprecedented opportunities for integrative, multidisciplinary investigations in large, complex watersheds, which can affect management decisions ...
Interplay between spatially explicit sediment sourcing, hierarchical river-network structure, and ...
Journal of Geophysical Research (2017)
Understanding how sediment moves along source to sink pathways through watersheds—from hillslopes to channels and in and out of floodplains—is ...
Can Rapid Assessment Protocols Be Used to Judge Sediment Impairment ...
Journal of the American Water Resources Association (2015)
Land management agencies commonly use rapid assessments to evaluate the impairment of gravel-bed streams by sediment inputs from anthropogenic sources. ...
Bayesian Optimization Framework for Cost-Effective Control and Research of Non-Point-Source ...
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (2013)
Rural nonpoint sources of water pollution are particularly difficult to control, with relatively little progress having been made compared to ...