|Present||Assistant Professor, Utah State University ‐ Quinney College of Natural Resources, Watershed Sciences|
Honors and Awards
- Invited Scholar to Dissertation Initiative for Climate Change Research (DISCCRS), 2010
- Invited Next Generation Project Fellow (Terry Tempest Williams’ environmental leadership program), 2007 – 2009
- EPA STAR Fellow, 2005-2008
- American Water Resources Association’s William R. Boggess Award (best paper), 2006
- Geography Graduate Group block grant award, 2002 – 2003, 2004 – 2005
- U.C. Davis’ Universal Award Scholarship, 2001-2002
|2008||Ph.D., University of California, Davis ‐ Geography|
|2003||M.A., University of California, Davis ‐ Geography|
|1998||B.A., University of California, Los Angeles ‐ International Economics|
Department of Watershed Sciences Utah State University
5210 Old Main Hill, NR 210 Logan, UT. 84322-5210
Natural and Managed Watersheds Show Similar Responses to Recent Climate ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2018)
Changes in climate are driving an intensification of the hydrologic cycle and leading to alterations of natural streamflow regimes. Human ...
Recent Works (1)
Dissolved oxygen, stream temperature, and fish habitat response to environmental ...
Journal of Environmental Management (2017)
Environmental water purchases are increasingly used for ecological protection. In Nevada's Walker Basin (western USA), environmental water purchases augment streamflow ...
Featured Works (2)
Refereed Journal Articles (19)
Water Supply Reliability Tradeoffs between Removing Reservoir Storage and Improving ...
Journal of the American Water Resources Association (2016)
Population growth, climate change, aging infrastructure, and changing societal values alter how water must be managed in the 21st Century. ...
Optimizing Selective Withdrawal from Reservoirs to Manage Downstream Temperatures with ...
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (2015)
Selective withdrawal systems can take advantage of thermal stratification in reservoirs to manage downstream temperatures. Selective withdrawal might also help ...
Approaches for studying fish production: Do river and lake researchers ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2015)
Biased perspectives of fisheries researchers may hinder scientific progress and effective management if limiting factors controlling productivity go unrecognized. We ...