Hydrology PhD student at University of Arizona
MS, Hydrology, University of Arizona, 2009
Jessica's research focuses on the use of geochemical reaction path models to determine the structure of hydrologic flowpaths in seasonally snow-covered basins. Understanding these hydrologic structures helps improve understanding of how changes in snowmelt dynamics affect water resources in these sensitive ecosystems.
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The Role of Dynamic Storage in the Response to Snowmelt Conditions in the Southwestern United States: Flux Hysteresis at the Catchment Scale. Driscoll J., Meixner T., Ferré T., Williams M., Sickman J., Molotch N., Jepsen S. (2014): Abstract H51O-0825 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 Dec. Cross-CZO
Role of storage on hydrologic and chemical flux in soil-limited alpine catchments in the Southwestern USA. Driscoll J.M., Meixner T., Steven J., Molotch N., Williams M.W., Sickman J.O. (2013): Abstract presented at AGU Chapman Conference on Soil-mediated Drivers of Coupled Biogeochemical and Hydrological Processes Across Scales, Biosphere 2, Tucson, Arizona, 21-24 October 2013 (Talk) Cross-CZO
Graduate Research Group White Paper: Cross-CZO Research Potential. Harpold, A.A., D. Karwan, J. Perdrial, J.A. Marshall, J. Driscoll, A. Neal, and C. Phillips (2013): Internal CZO publication Cross-CZO National
Hydrologic response to modeled snowmelt input in alpine catchments in the Southwestern United States . Driscoll J.M., Molotch N.P., Jepsen S.M., Meixner T., Williams M.W., Sickman J.O. (2012): Abstract H51B-1336 presented at 2012 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 3-7 Dec (Poster). Cross-CZO