Clark Hall 207 291 McCormick Rd
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I am an eco-hydrologist with research spanning the continuum of natural through urban watersheds. A goal is to develop and incorporate principles learned in unmanaged ecosystems as part of urban ecosystem restoration. I have a major interest in the role of forests and tree canopy on flooding and drought, the provision of high-quality freshwater, coupled water, carbon and nitrogen cycling, and vulnerability to climate and land use change. My current urban environmental research has an emphasis on the design, analysis and simulation of green infrastructure on urban ecosystems and human well being, and the development of computational tools to facilitate collaborative and participatory research, management and design for watershed restoration.


BA, SUNY@Buffalo, 1977

MA, UCLA, 1979

Phd., UCLA, 1983


Clark Hall 207 291 McCormick Rd 2017
Fellow, Geological Society of America 2014
Birdsall-Dreiss Lecturer, Geological Society of America 2014