Fluvial Geomorphologist & Section Head, Illinois State Water Survey
MS, Fluvial Geomorphology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006
Fluvial geomorphology as related to erosion and sedimentation processes; hydrology, hydraulics, and sediment transport (channel erosion processes). Current research focuses on documenting and evaluating stream channel adjustment responses to watershed and channel disturbances in various physiographic regions of Illinois.
The C-biogeochemistry of a Midwestern USA agricultural impoundment in context: Lake Decatur in the intensively managed landscape critical zone observatory. Blair, N.E., Leithold, E.L., Papanicolaou, A.N., Wilson, C.G., Keefer, L., Kirton, E., Vinson, D., Schnoebelen, D., Rhoads, B., Yu, M., and Lewis, Q. (2018): Biogeochemistry
Microbial diversity in an intensively managed landscape is structured by landscape connectivity . Griffin, J.S., Lu, N., Sangwan, N., Li, A., Dsouza, M., Stumpf, A.J., Sevilla, T., Culotti, A., Keefer, L.L., Kelly, J.J., Gilbert, J.A., Wells, G.F., and Packman, A.I. (2017): FEMS Microbiology Ecology
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Upper Sangamon River watershed monitoring data for the USEPA targeted watershed study: 2005–2008. Keefer, L.L. and Bauer, E. (2011): Illinois State Water Survey, Contract Report 2011-03
Hydrologic and nutrient monitoring of the Lake Decatur Watershed: Final Report 1993–2008. Keefer, L.L., Bauer, E., and Markus, M. (2010): Illinois State Water Survey, Contract Report in Review 2010