SCIENTIST III NCAR/UCAR Hydrometeorological Applications Program
Ph.D., Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona, 2002
Rainfall-runoff processes, terrain-induced convection, land-atmosphere interactions, hydrometeorological model development and testing, field research in hydrometeorology
Recent tree die-off has little effect on streamflow in contrast to expected increases from historical studies. Biederman J.A., Somor A.J., Harpold A.A., Gutmann E.D., Breshears D.D., Troch P.A., Gochis D.J., Scott R.l., Meddens A.J.H., and Brooks P.D. (2015): Water Resources Research 51(12): 9775-9789 Cross-CZO
A unified approach to hydrologic modeling: Part 2 Comparison of alternative process representations. Clark, M., Nijssen, B., Lundquist, J., Kavetski, D., Rupp, D., Gutmann, E., Wood, A., Gochis, D., Rasmussen, R., Tarboton, D., Mahat, V., Flerchinger, G., and D. Marks (2015): Water Resources Research
Increased evaporation following widespread tree mortality limits streamflow response. Biederman J.A., Harpold A.A., Gochis D.J., Ewers B.E., Reed D.E., Papuga S.A., and Brooks P.D. (2014): Water Resources Research 50(7): 5395–5409 Cross-CZO
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