PICS and the Pacifc Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC) are pleased to announce this talk on the topic of Rethinking the Water Cycle in the Anthropocene as part of its Pacific Climate Seminar Series: Transforming the Built Environment.
Assistant Professor at the UVic Department of Civil Engineering
She is a hydrologist interested in how climate and humans alter hydrologic processes and what the implications of these alterations are for sustainable water resources. To do this, she uses physically-based hydrologic models, stochastic modeling, and data analysis, considering rivers of varying sizes, from a small stream to the Mississippi River. This research draws upon disciplinary knowledge in hydrology coupled with water systems and stormwater management from civil engineering and data analysis techniques from data science.