I am a PhD student at the University of Wyoming working in Professor Brent Ewers’ Ecophysiology Lab. I’m particularly interested in applying modern technology and informatics tools to study ecosystem fluxes and inform land management decisions.
PhD student in Hydrology (current)
University of Wyoming
BA in Physics and Mathematics, 2018
I’m building a high-throughput data pipeline to process data from the US-CPk Ameriflux site. This is part of my PhD research. This page is incomplete. More to come later.
I’m studying how process models can be used to predict ecological consequences of different plant physiologies, especially with respect to drought resistance and perenniality. in eastern Wyoming dryland grain agriuculture.
I’m studying how snowmelt energy budgets can be used to constrain uncertainty in surface energy flux measurements at Rocky Mountain Ameriflux sites. This is part of my PhD research. This page is incomplete.