Hydrologist and Water Quality Specialist, Valles Caldera Trust
VCNP - Valles Caldera National Preserve
MS, Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona, 2013
Watershed response to disturbances such as wildfire, insect infestation, or forest thinning.
The effects of catastrophic wildfire on water quality along a river continuum. Reale J.K., Van Horn D.J., Condon K.E., and Dahm C.N. (2015): Freshwater Science 34(4): 1426-1442
Changes in snow accumulation and ablation following the Las Conchas Forest Fire, New Mexico, USA. Harpold A.A., Biederman J.A., Condon K., Merino M., Korgaonkar Y., Nan T., Sloat L.L., Ross M. and Brooks P.D. (2014): Ecohydrology 7(2): 440–452 Cross-CZO
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
A cross-site comparison of factors controlling streamwater carbon flux in western North American catchments (Invited). Brooks P.D., Biederman J.A., Condon K., Chorover J., McIntosh J.C., Meixner T., Perdrial J.N. (2013): Abstract H43B-1445 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 Dec.
Do fire disturbances account for missing C in snow dominated headwater catchments in NM?. Perdrial J.N., Brooks P.D., Swetnam T., Lohse K.A., Rasmussen C., Harpold A.A., Litvak M.E., Broxton P.D., Mitra B., Condon K., Huckle D.M., Vazquez A., Lybrand R.A., Holleran M., Orem C.A., Meixner T., Chorover J. (2013): Abstract B33E-0531 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 Dec. Cross-CZO