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1/10/2019AdegedePeter Ameh
Ecohydrology Systems Research Unit, Bioresources Engineering Department, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria.
Graduate Studentadegedepeter@yahoo.comerosion, sediment yield modeling, sedimentation of reservoirs
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1/10/2019AgeeElizabethUniversity of Michigan Graduate StudentLizagee@umich.eduthisisnotlizAssessing impacts of disturbance and water limitation on forest water cycling from plant to basin.disturbance, drought, plant hydraulics
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1/10/2019AguirreCarlos AlbertoIPICYTGraduate Studentcarlosaguirre.alb@gmail.comInterested on biosphere-atmosphere interactions, water vapor and energy fluxes in terrestrial, Interested in apply stable isotopes for determining input and partitioning of fog, dew and ground water in a semi-arid grasslandSemiarid grasslands, dew, fog, meteorology, stable isotopes
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1/9/2019AllenScottETH ZurichPostdocscottallen1@gmail.com@ScottTAllen1I am interested in how vegetation structure and function interact with changing water availability and flow processesplant water use, ecosystem structure, landscape ecohydrology
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2/14/2020 12:44:15
Alvarado-Barrientos
SusanaInstituto de Ecología A.C.Assistant Professor/Scientistsusana.alvarado@inecol.mx
Broadly interested in evapotranspiration and ecosystem-atmosphere interactions, land cover and land use change impacts on local hydrology and climate, and ecosystem interactions such as competition/complementarity for water
evapotranspiration, sap flow, ecosystem-atmosphere interactions
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9/13/2020 16:06:54
Ange bouramanding
DIEDHIOUWest African Biodiversity and Ecosystem ServicesGraduate Studentbouramanding@gmail.comwabes.org@bouraangetransboundary water ressource impact of small artisanal scale gold mining
falémé River,artisanal small scale gold mining,Freshwater Ecosystem
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1/13/2019AnuragHarshUniversity of Minnesota Twin CitiesGraduate Studentanura003@umn.edu@hawkingharshInvestigating the impact of dynamic vegetation on groundwater recharge through the use of process-based, distributed ecohydrological modelgroundwater recharge, vegetation dynamics, data assimilation
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1/9/2019AsbjornsenHeidiUniversity of New Hampshire, USAIndustry Professional/Consultantheidi.asbjornsen@unh.edu
http://www.ecohydro.sr.unh.edu/personnel/asbjornsen.shtml
ecohydrology, tropical, drought
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2/1/2019AthertonLiamCEnv CSci C.WEM MCIWEM MCIEEMIndustry Professional/Consultantliam.atherton@atkinsglobal.comConsultant Chartered Scientist delivering hydroecology programmes for water companies and regulators, ranging from local-scale investigations to national-scale reviews. Key interest in applied hydroecology for decision making in a public water resources context.Hydroecology, EFI, Environmental Flows
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1/11/2019AveryRyanUniversity of California Santa BarbaraGraduate Studentravery@ucsb.eduhttp://caylor.eri.ucsb.edu/people/avery/I do vegetation remote sensing, machine learning, and ecohydrological modeling of water limited agriculture and ecosystems. groundwater, drylands, machine learning
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7/9/2019 20:17:46BaileyKinzieUniversity of ArizonaGraduate Studentkinziebailey@email.arizona.edu@kinziebailey
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1/13/2019BaillyJean-StéphaneAgroParisTech - UMR LISAHAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistbailly@agroparistech.fr
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jean-Stephane_Bailly
ecohydraulics, cultivated landscape hydrology, spatial processes
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12/2/2019 20:13:19BakerMichelleUtah State UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistmichelle.baker@usu.educanoeecology.weebly.com@mabakerusuI study biological, chemical, and physical processes that affect water quality in inland aquatic ecosystems.biogeochemistry, streams
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1/9/2019BalesRogerUniversity of California, MercedAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistrbalesuc@gmail.comhttp://www.rogerbales.com/@rbalesucMeasurement-based, critical-zone research on forest restoration in western U.S., valuation and verification of water-related benefits, development of multi-benefit, ecosystem services strategies for climate solutions. critical zone, water balance, climate solutions
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1/14/2019BarbetaAdriàINRA BordeauxPostdocadria.barbeta.margarit@gmail.com
https://www.bordeaux.inra.fr/ispa-ecofun/wordpress/
@adriaSigfridI am interested in vegetation water use and its response to environmental changes. Mainly a field ecohydrologist, I use tools such as tree-rings and stable isotopes of water in manipulative experiments, long-term monitoring plots and natural gradients.water stable isotopes, tree-rings, drought
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7/29/2019 10:42:15BarnesMalloryIndiana UniversityAssistant Professor/Scientistmalbarn@indiana.edumallory_barnesI study plant-water-atmosphere interactions from leaf to global scales using remote sensing, flux towers, and climate data. remote sensing, carbon, climate
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7/31/2019 16:27:47BartRyanUC MercedProject Scientistrbart3@ucmerced.eduwww.ryanrbart.com@ryanrbart
I use a mix of modeling and remote sensing tools to examine the linkages and feedbacks between hydrology, vegetation and disturbance with a focus on how these linkages vary under different climate regimes and management practices.
Forests, Wildfire, Modeling
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1/13/2019BatelaanOkkeFlinders University, Adelaide, AustraliaAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistokke.batelaan@flinders.edu.au
https://www.flinders.edu.au/people/okke.batelaan
https://twitter.com/OkkeBatelaan
Hydrogeology; Modelling; GIS-Remote Sensing; Re/Dis-charge; Ecohydrology. More is Different!
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8/3/2019 21:49:15BeckerPeterBP/S Industries Inc., Port Angeles, WAIndustry Professional/Consultantbeckerpete@gmail.comOlympicaquafarms.com@Beckerp360Extremophiles in cryophylic settings, algae in alpine snow fields world wideCryophyles, ecology, algae
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8/2/2019 11:31:41BeltKenUniversity of Maryland Baltimore County Assistant Professor/Scientistbelt@umbc.edu
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10/21/2019 7:40:31BernhardFabianWSL / ETH ZürichGraduate Studentfabian.bernhard@wsl.ch
Assessing impacts of climate extreme conditions on Swiss forest health. Data and model based approach to understand soil water processes in the unsaturated zone and predict actual soil water availability and related stress for various geographical locations and soil types.
soil matrix potential, soil-plant feedbacks, dynamical systems
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1/10/2019BerryCarterChapman UniversityPostdoczcberry@gmail.com@zcarterberryplant ecophysiology, transpiration, landscape variation
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1/23/2019BertoldiGiacomoEurac researchAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistgiacomo.bertoldi@eurac.edu
http://www.eurac.edu/it/aboutus/people/Pages/staffdetails.aspx?persId=8583
Hydrology and Eco-Hydrology
Study of soil, vegetation and atmosphere interactions
Modeling of the hydrological cycle
Study of the impacts of climate change in Alpine regions
Water resources management
Ecohydrology, Modelling, Mountains
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1/9/2019BhanjaSoumendraAthabasca UniversityPostdocsoumendrabhanja@gmail.comhttps://soumendrabhanja.wixsite.com/welcomesoumendrabhanjahydro-biogeochemical model development, groundwater hydrology
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1/10/2019BiedermanJoel
Southwest Watershed Research Center USDA-ARS
Assistant Professor/Scientistjoel.biederman.ua@gmail.com
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Joel_Biederman
I study how climate and land cover interact to regulate water and carbon cycling, from arid deserts to snow-covered mountain watersheds.water, carbon, climate
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1/28/2019BlumeTheresaGFZ German Research Centre for GeosciencesAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistblume@gfz-potsdam.de
https://www.gfz-potsdam.de/staff/theresa-blume/
plant water uptake, throughfall and stemflow, landscape patterns of hydrological processes
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1/7/2020 9:16:00BogieNathanielSan José State UniversityAssistant Professor/Scientistnathaniel.bogie@sjsu.edu@natebogiedrought, soil hydrology, biogeochemistry
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1/9/2019BoisrameGabrielleDesert Research InstitutePostdocgboisrame@berkeley.eduI study ways that changing land cover, primarily due to wildfire, alters the water balance.wildfires; land cover change
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7/8/2019 10:21:25BoothEricUniversity of Wisconsin Madison Assistant Professor/Scientistegbooth@wisc.eduericbooth.orgegbooth
Impacts of land use (especially dairy agriculture), water use (gw pumping), ecosystem restoration, and climate on ecosystems and their embedded humans
water quality, wetlands, phosphorus
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1/9/2019BoyerElizabethPenn State UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistbethboyer.psu@gmail.comhttps://ecosystems.psu.edu/directory/ewb100@bethboyerPSUwatersheds, water quality
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1/10/2019BreilPascalIrsteaResearcherpascal.breil@irstea.frEcoHydrology, floods, hyporheos
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1/7/2019BreshearsDavid D.University of ArizonaAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistdaveb@email.arizona.edu
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=JQOZ4cUAAAAJ&hl=en
@DaveBreshearstree mortality, ecohydrology, acclimate teleconnections, grassland-forest gradients
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7/8/2019 14:33:04BreshearsDavid D.University of ArizonaAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistdaveb@email.arizona.edu
https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=JQOZ4cUAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate
@DaveBreshears
Extreme Global Change Ecology - Bad stuff happens w hotter drought: Tree Die-off 😱➡️ Ecohydro Change 😱➡️ Ecoclimate Teleconnections 😱➡️ #BrakeNowPlease !!!
tree die-off, acclimate teleconnections, drylands
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1/28/2019BrooksJ. ReneeU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyGovernmentbrooks.reneej@epa.govstable isotopes, plant physiology, isotope hydrology
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1/7/2019BurgholzerRobertVirginia Department of Environmental QualityGovernmentrburghol@vt.eduAthletic_algDeveloping models, metrics and analytical approaches to quantify the risk of instream habitat and species loss from consumptive water withdrawals.Continuum richness habitat
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1/12/2019CampbellDavidUniversity of WaikatoAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistdavid.campbell@waikato.ac.nzhttps://waiber.com/Ecosystem functioning of restiad peatlands, including water and carbon budgets. Agricultural greenhouse gas mitigation research, including drained peatlands.peatlands, eddy covariance, carbon
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1/8/2019CaylorKellyUniversity of California, Santa BarbaraAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistcaylor@ucsb.eduhttps://caylor.eri.ucsb.edu@kcaylorUnderstanding the couplings between surface hydrology, vegetation dynamics, and ecosystem services in drylands.drylands, climate variability, vegetation water use
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1/13/2019CeperleyNatalieUniversity of LausannePostdocnatalie.ceperley@unil.chhttps://people.unil.ch/natalieceperley/natalieceperleyI study water paths through vegetation in African savannas and Swiss alps, focus on evaporation and vegetation, using micrometeorology and isotopes. isotopes, alpine, evaporation
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1/9/2019ChenJiquanMichigan State UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistjqchen@msu.eduhttp://lees.geo.msu.edu/ecosystem production, carbon fluxes, ET, WUE, respiration, biophysical regulations, biophysical modelingcarbon, water fluxes, water use efficiency
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1/9/2019ChengRuiCaltechGraduate Studentrui.cheng@caltech.eduremote sensing, sif, precipitation
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1/13/2019ChengFrederickUniversity of WaterlooGraduate Studentfycheng@uwaterloo.ca@pHred_chengI'm interested in ecohydrological processes within reactive interfaces (wetlands, vadose zone, hyporheic zones, etc.) scale from the local to catchment scales and how they impact landscape nutrient fluxeswatershed biogeochemistry, landscape ecology, nutrient cycling
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4/16/2020 9:31:57Chitra-TarakRutujaLos Alamos National Lab, NM, USAPostdocrutuja@lanl.gov
rooting and drought strategies, tropics, inverse modeling
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1/9/2019CleverlyJamesUniversity of Technology Sydney
Research Fellow (UTS), Science Director (OzFlux), Science Partnerships Liaison (TERN)
james.cleverly@uts.edu.auhttps://www.uts.edu.au/staff/james.cleverly@J_Cleverly_UTSJames is keen to understand the biophysical relationships behind patterns of vegetation structure, function and distribution, particularly focusing on water–land–atmosphere interactionsplant ecophysiology, micrometeorology, ecohydrology
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10/11/2019 10:38:00CohenMatthewUniversity of FloridaAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistmjc@ufl.eduhttp://sfrc.ufl.edu/ecohydrology@DrAquaMatt metabolism, wetlands, hydrobiogeochemistry
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3/8/2019 9:37:12CostiganKatieUL Lafayette Assistant Professor/Scientistcostigan@louisiana.edu
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1/11/2019CuntzMatthias
INRA (France) - Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique
Associate or Full Professor/Scientistmatthias.cuntz@inra.fr
https://www6.nancy.inra.fr/silva/Equipes-de-recherche/ForeSTree
I am researching the exchanges of energy, water, carbon dioxide and its isotopes between the biosphere and the atmosphere, with a strong focus on process-based model descriptions.Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange, Isotopes, land surface model
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1/7/2020 7:02:27DaighAaronNorth Dakota State UniversityAssistant Professor/ScientistAaron.daigh@ndsu.edu
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1/10/2019DavidBAGUMALukhwells International ltdAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistdbaguma@lukhwells.comwww.lukhwells.comdbaguma1Hydrology, economic policy, climate change, baseline surveys, project evaluations, development minerals, meteorological services,
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1/10/2019DavidBagumaUMIAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistbagusha2000@yahoo.com
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1/7/2019DavidsonScott J.University of WaterlooPostdocs7davidson@uwaterloo.casjdavidsonecology.comscootjdMy research involves looking at disturbances such as wildfire and industrial activities across a variety of boreal peatland sites. Peatlands, biogeochemistry, disturbance
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1/11/2019De LorenziFrancesca
Italian National Research Council - Institute for Mediterranean Agriculture and Forest Systems
Associate or Full Professor/Scientistfrancesca.delorenzi@cnr.itadaptation to climate change, crop transpiration
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1/11/2019DialynasYannisUniversity of CyprusAssistant Professor/Scientistydialy01@ucy.ac.cyHigh-resolution physically-based modeling of coupled eco-hydrologic, hydro-geomorphic, and biogeochemical processes at the watershed scale, to explain observations at the Critical Zone and quantify effects of natural and anthropogenic perturbations in diverse ecosystemsCoupled distributed modelling, Soil-atmosphere CO2 exchange, Eco-hydrogeomorphic processes
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1/11/2019DiamondJacobVirginia TechGraduate Studentdiamondjacob@gmail.comhttps://jakediamond.scienceWatershed hydrology and biogeochemistry. Ecosystem ecology and ecohydrology. Feedbacks and self-organization. Analysis of environmental data.biogeochemistry, self-organization, ecology
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11/7/2020 2:58:06DiédhiouangeWest African biodiversity and Ecosystem ServiceGraduate Studentbouramanding@gmail.comwabes.orgfaleme,Mining, artisanal ,ecosystem
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1/9/2019DixitAnkurIIT DelhiGraduate Studentankur.dixit@hotmail.com
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2/14/2019DixitAnkurIndian Institute of Technology Delhi, IndiaGraduate Studentankur.dixit@hotmail.com
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1/8/2019DodgeCelesteCaliforniaGovernmentCeleste.m.dodge@gmail.com
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1/10/2019DolmanHan (A.J.)Free University AmsterdamAssociate or Full Professor/Scientisthan.dolman@vu.nlEcohydrology, Carbon cycle, land atmosphere interaction, soil moisture
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7/8/2019 8:06:14DongXiaoliUC DavisAssistant Professor/Scientistxldong@ucdavis.edu@gamala05Patterned vegetation in arid landscapes Self-organization; landscape; ecosystems
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1/8/2019DuggerAubreyNational Center for Atmospheric ResearchAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistadugger@ucar.eduImpacts of disturbance on hydrologic systems, particularly in the context of flood and water supply prediction.hydrologic modeling, disturbance
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1/10/2019DuncanJonPenn StateAssistant Professor/Scientistjmduncan@psu.eduhttps://sites.psu.edu/jmduncan/@jonmduncanWatershed hydrologist interested in the interactions among water, ecology, geomorphology, and peopleecohydrology, watershed science, biogeochemistry
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7/8/2019 8:21:35DupasRémiINRAAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistremi.dupas@inra.fr@RemiDupasMonitoring and modelling C,N,P transfer from land to water in agricultural landscapescatchment, nutrient, agriculture
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1/10/2019DurkotaJessicaEnvironment Agency (England)Governmentjessica.durkota@gmail.comInterested in the response of surface and groundwater ecology to hydrological events, management and other stressors. Ecohydrology, Groundwater Ecology, Drought
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1/11/2019DwivediRavindraUniversity of ArizonaRecent graduateravindradwivedi@email.arizona.edu
https://sites.google.com/a/email.arizona.edu/ravindra-dwivedi/
Ecohydrological and geochemical functioning of mountainous sitesEcohydrology, hydrogeochemical response, mountainous catchments
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1/13/2019DymondSalliUniversity of Minnesota DuluthAssistant Professor/Scientistsdymond@d.umn.eduwww.dymondlab.com@DymondLabI study how trees interact with and exert control over the hydrologic cycle, especially post-disturbance. I rely on a variety of tools & analyses from hydrology, soil science, ecoysystems ecology, isotope hydrology, climate science, & plant physiology.ecohydrology, catchment hydrology, isotope hydrology
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3/29/2020 19:37:51EgerCaitlinSyracuse UniversityGraduate Studentcgeger@syr.edu@EcologentsiaOptimizing green infrastructure structural design and understanding its effects on hydrology and water quality
green infrastructure, ecohydrology, biogeochemistry
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4/22/2019 15:01:55EhsaniNimaUniversity of Notre DamePostdocnima.ehsani@gmail.comhttps://nimaehsani.com/@ehsanima
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3/29/2020 19:41:33EmanuelRyanNorth Carolina State UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistryan_emanuel@ncsu.eduhttp://waterpotential.wordpress.ncsu.edu@WaterPotential
Land-atmosphere interaction with special focus on watersheds and complex landscapes. Water and carbon cycles in changing environments with attention to Indigenous peoples & vulnerable communities.
Global change, Science and Society, Indigenous Knowledges
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1/9/2019EwersBrentUniversity of WyomingAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistbeewers@uwyo.eduQuantify and predict how plants control and interact with the water cycle from the level of cells to landscapes plant hydraulics, drought, disturbance
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1/9/2019FairfaxEmilyUniversity of Colorado BoulderGraduate Studentemily.fairfax@gmail.comemilyfairfaxscience.com@EmilyFairfaxI study how beaver dams fundamentally change hydrologic, geomorphic, and ecologic processes in the landscape. Their dams can slow the flow of water, increase aquifer recharge rates, and act as a stable source of water to riparian and wetland ecosystems during drought and fire.beavers, remote sensing, drought resilience
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1/9/2019FangWeiQueens CollegePostdocwei.fang@qc.cuny.eduhttps://qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/~cyi/personnel.htmMy long-term research interests lie on the understanding and forecasting the impacts of invasive species, land use, climate change (especially drought and fire) on ecological functions and services, and on biogeochemical dynamics across scales of time and space. drought, fire, invasion
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1/10/2019Fárez-RománValeriaUniversidad Nacional de EducaciónAssistant Professor/Scientistclaudiafarez@gmail.com
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Valeria_Farez_Roman
I am currently focused on water quality evaluation on areas influenced by mining and agricultural activities. As well as using ecohydrological approaches to catchment management in south Ecuador.Water quality, soil and water conservation, ecohydrology
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1/13/2019FicklinDarrenIndiana UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistdficklin@indiana.eduhttp://pages.iu.edu/~dficklin/@d_ficklinwatershed hydrology, climate change, modeling
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2/27/2019 4:18:23Flatley Alissa University of Melbourne Graduate StudentAflatley@student.unimelb.edu.au@AlissaJF
Researching the ecohydrology and geomorphology of headwater dryland streams within the Pilbara, Western Australia. I use multidisciplinary approaches such as SfM, hydraulic modelling and remote granulometric analysis.
Drylands, ephemeral, vegetation
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1/9/2019FloresAlejandroBoise State UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistlejoflores@boisestate.eduleaf.boisestate.eduHydroLejoOur group uses models and data to study how human perturbations propagate through ecohydrologic states and fluxes and how those states and fluxes subsequently influence and constrain further human actions. Human-earth system modeling, coupled land-atmosphere modeling
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1/9/2019GabrielHamza Farooq
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
Associate or Full Professor/Scientisthfgabriel2001@yahoo.com
http://www.nust.edu.pk/INSTITUTIONS/Schools/SCEE/Institutes/NICE/Departments/GTE/Faculty/Pages/Dr-Hamza.aspx
GabrielHamzaMy research involves application of sustainable eco-technologies for wastewater treatment Eco-hydrology, wetlands, FILTER technology
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1/10/2019GallartFrancesc
Freshwater Ecology Hydrology and Management lab, Surface Hydrology and Erosion group .IDAEA, CSIC. Jordi Girona 18, 08034 Barcelona, Spain
Associate or Full Professor/Scientistfrancesc.gallart@idaea.csic.es
http://www.ub.edu/fem/index.php/en/ https://sites.google.com/site/surfacehydrologyerosioncsic/
- Hydrological processes at the plot and small basin scale. Mainly developed in the Vallcebre Research Catchment (Pyrenees).
- Hydrological role of land cover changes at the operational catchment scale.
- Regimes of temporary rivers as drivers of aquatic ecology
hydrological processes, watershed management, temporary rivers
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5/12/2020 18:36:17GaonaJose
Consultant for the Ecohydrology Programme of the Intergubernamental Hydrological Programme of UNESCO
Industry Professional/Consultantjose.gaona@riomagdalena.orgRioMagdalena.orgEcohydrology_co
Ecohydrology (Sequential biofilter, urban stormwater management and drainage, other topics), Groundwater dependent ecosystems. Stocks and flows models.
Ecohydrology, Nexus, cities
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1/10/2019GarciaMonicaDenmark Technical UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistmgarc@env.dtu.dk
https://www.dtu.dk/english/service/phonebook/person?id=91965&tab=1
@MonicaG09810235 I am interested in applications of remote sensing to understand ecohydrological processes and assess ecosystem status. I use data from Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and satellites as inputs to biophysical models of evapotranspiration and land surface energy balance. thermal, hyperspectral, ecohydrology
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11/17/2020 2:53:22GarciaMonicaDenmark Technical UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistmggarcia1999@gmail.comhttps://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/monica-garcia@MoniCuriosa
Associate professor -Remote sensing in Ecohydrology
remote sensing, evapotranspiration, soil moisture
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1/9/2019GardnerLizzieArup / UCL (PhD in ecohydrology)Industry Professional/Consultantlizzie.gardner@arup.com
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7/11/2019 9:25:56GentinePierreColumbia UniversityAssociate or Full Professor/Scientistpg2328@columbia.eduPierreGentine
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1/11/2019Gerlein-SafdiCynthiaUniversity of MichiganPostdoccgerlein@umich.eduhttps://cgerleinsafdi.engin.umich.edu/@CGerleinSafdiI am an ecohydrologist who combines laboratory experiments, fieldwork, and satellite data to better understand canopy water dynamics across spatial and temporal scales.Remote sensing, plant physiology, Environmental policy
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1/11/2019GillAndrew
CWEM, CSCI, CENV, Global Environmental Flow Network
Industry Professional/Consultantandy.gill@atkinsglobal.comInternational ecohydrology; modelling; physical habitat
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1/9/2019GoekingSaraUS Forest Service
Both Graduate student (PhD) and Government Scientist
sgoeking@gmail.comhttps://www.fs.fed.us/rmrs/people/sgoeking@SaraGoekingI use national forest monitoring data and hydrologic models to study the effects of forest disturbance and forest management on ecohydrologic processes, water supply, and water availability for forest ecosystems.forest inventory, forest dynamics, disturbance
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1/11/2019GomezAngelicaUniversity of North Carolina - Chapel HillGraduate Studentamgomez@live.unc.edu@go_anmaUnderstanding the impacts of land use and land cover changes in tropical hydrology processes at large scalesTropical hydrology, Remote sensing, ecohydrology modeling
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2/1/2019GraupLouis
UCSB Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
Graduate Studentlgraup@bren.ucsb.edu
http://www.bren.ucsb.edu/research/Louis_Graup.htm
My research incorporates ecohydrological modeling with remote sensing and point-based data to understand how changes in forest structure influence climate-streamflow relationships. I am interested in quantifying mathematical uncertainties in model parameterization.modeling, climate change, water resources
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1/7/2020 16:20:43GuptaPankaj KumarUniversity of WaterlooPostdocpk3gupta@uwaterloo.ca
https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=jKr0lPgAAAAJ&hl=en
Contaminant Hydrology, Wetland Hydrology
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1/7/2019HaackerErinNebraska Water CenterAssistant Professor/Scientistehaacker2@unl.edu@HydroHaackerI study groundwater for agriculture, and work on interdisciplinary water questionsGroundwater, Agriculture, Modeling
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1/9/2019HahmWilliam JesseUC BerkeleyGraduate Studentwjhahm@berkeley.eduforest hydrology, critical zone, Mediterranean climates
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1/8/2019HallCaitlynArizona State UniversityGraduate Studentcaitlyn.hall@asu.eduhttps://www.instagram.com/caitlynahall/@caitlynahallWe research the potential of microbial dentrification to mitigate natural hazards ranging from earthquake-induced liquefaction to flooding. ecohydrology, environmental biotechnology, natural hazards
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1/9/2019HamptonTylerUniversity of WaterlooGraduate Studenttyler.hampton@uwaterloo.cahttps://tylerbhampton.blogspot.com/tylerbhamptonEffects of forest disturbance (including harvesting and wildfires) on watershed hydrology, biogeochemistry, and drinking water qualityforest, hydrology, wildfire
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1/7/2019HananErinUniversity of Nevada, RenoAssistant Professor/Scientistehanan@unr.eduerinhanan.com@erinjhananInterested in how fire and other disturbances influence biogeochemical and ecohydrologic processes.Fire ecology, Biogeochemistry, Ecohydrology
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1/10/2019HareDanielleUniversity of ConnecticutGraduate Studentdanielle.hare@uconn.edudaniellehare.weebly.comThe response of stream ecosystems carbon cycles to climate change stressors, focusing on increasing stream water temperatures.biogeochemistry, hydrology, heat-tracing methods
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1/9/2019HavranekRachelUniversity of Colorado Boulder Graduate Studentrachel.havranek@colorado.edu@RachelHavranekI am developing an automatic sampling and storage system for soil water vapor that will be field deployable for up to a month. I will use the stable isotopes of soil water vapor to understand the role of evaporation in soil carbonate mineral formation. Stable Isotope Geochemistry, Soil hydrology
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4/17/2020 8:36:32HeffernanLiamUppsala University Postdocliam.heffernan@ebc.uu,seheff_liam
My work is focused on biogeochemical cycling of organic matter in pristine and degraded boreal ecosystems. Primary experience in permafrost affected peatlands and the interface between terrestrial and aquatic.
biogeochemical cycling, wetlands, boreal
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1/8/2020 11:47:39HerzogSkuylerIndiana University PostdocSkuyherz@iu.edu@skuylerherzog
I study hyporheic zones (HZ) and river corridor exchange in natural and human-impacted streams. My work advances process-based understanding of HZ flows and water quality. I also translate HZ science into practical guidance for stream restoration, stormwater treatment, etc.
Hyporheic,stormwater,restoration
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1/16/2019HosenJakeUniversity of FloridaPostdocjhosen@ufl.edujakehosen.github.io@jakehosenI examine how microbes and water flows change water quality in freshwaters.freshwater, microbial ecology, organic matter
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1/9/2019HouseTomArupIndustry Professional/ConsultantTom-m.house@arup.comWww.arup.comArdent environmentalist specialising in freshwater ecology, environmental flows, fish habitat, hydropower, aquatic mitigation and ecological monitoring programmes and assessment.Fish, habitat, low-flows
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