Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011
My research focuses on three interconnected themes related to understanding, representing and predicting the movement of water through the landscape: 1) Understanding the partitioning and transport of water along flow pathways within spatially (dis)connected landscape units, and developing novel ways to represent hydrologic dynamics at landscape scales. 2) Understanding the origins of spatially and temporally structured hydrologic behavior in the coupled co-evolution of hydrologic, geomorphic, soil and ecological systems, and 3) Understanding the effects of the legacy of human land use on the hydrologic behavior of restored ecosystems.
Controlled Experiments of Hillslope Coevolution at the Biosphere 2 Landscape Evolution Observatory: Toward Prediction of Coupled Hydrological, Biogeochemical, and Ecological Change. Volkmann T.H.M., Sengupta A., Pangle L.A., Dontsova K., Barron-Gafford G.A., Harman C.J., Niu G.-Y., Meredith L.K., Abramson N., Meira Neto A.A., Wang Y., Adams J.R., Breshears D.D., Bugaj A., Chorover J., Cueva A., DeLong S.B., Durcik M., Ferre T.P.A., Hunt E.A., Huxman T.E., Kim M., Maier R.M., Monson R.K., Pelletier J.D., Pohlmann M., Rasmussen C., Ruiz J., Saleska S.R., Schaap M.G., Sibayan M., Tuller M., van Haren J.L.M., Zeng X. and Troch P.A. (2018): in: Hydrology of Artificial and Controlled Experiments (eds. Jiu-Fu Liu and Wei-Zu Gu), IntechOpen, pp. 25-74
How does reach-scale stream-hyporheic transport vary with discharge? Insights from rSAS analysis of sequential tracer injections in a headwater mountain stream. Harman, C.J., Ward, A.S., and Ball, A. (2016): Water Resources Research
Hydrogeomorphic controls on hyporheic and riparian transport in two headwater mountain streams during base flow recession. Ward, A.S., Schmadel, N.M., Wondzell, S.M., Harman, C., Gooseff, M.N., and Singha, K. (2016): Water Resources Research
Geophysical imaging reveals topographic stress control of bedrock weathering. St. Clair, J., Moon, S., Holbrook, W.S., Perron, J.T., Riebe, C.S., Martel, S.J., Carr, B., Harman, C., Singha, K., and Richter, D. deB. (2015): Science 350: 534-538 Cross-CZO
Geophysical imaging reveals topographic stress control of bedrock weathering. St. Clair, J., S. Moon, W. S. Holbrook, J. T. Perron, C. S. Riebe, S. J. Martel, B. Carr, C. Harman, K. Singha, D. deB. Richter (2015): Science, 30 October 2015, Vol. 350, no. 6260, pp. 534-538 Cross-CZO National
What makes Darwinian hydrology "Darwinian"? Asking a different kind of question about landscapes. Harman C. and Troch P.A. (2014): Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18: 417-433 Cross-CZO
Spatial patterns of vegetation, soils and microtopography from terrestrial laser scanning on two semi-arid hillslopes of contrasting lithology. Harman C.J., Lohse K.A., Troch P.A., Sivapalan M. (2014): Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119(2): 163-180 Cross-CZO
Structure and processes controlling resource islands and microtopography on semi-arid hillslopes. Harman, C., Lohse, K.A., Troch, P., and M. Sivapalan (2014): Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences Cross-CZO
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Connections between transport in events and transport at landscape-structuring timescales (Invited). Harman C.J., Lohse K.A., Troch P.A., Sivapalan M. (2012): Abstract H52E-04 presented at 2012 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 3-7 Dec (Talk).
22 Nov 2016 - CZOs at AGU 2016: Agenda and award recipients
19 Oct 2016 - Ciaran Harman will receive the 2016 Early Career Hydrologic Science Award at the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting, to be held 12–16 December in San Francisco.