MS, Natural Resources: Water Resources, University of New Hampshire, 2002
Graduate Certificate , Graduate Certificate in Geospatial Science, University of New Hampshire, 2015
BS, Environmental Science, University of New Hampshire, 1997
I am a research scientist at the University of New Hampshire. My research interests are in understanding the biogeochemistry of forested, suburban and urban watersheds. Current research includes studying long-term changes in water quality in streams and groundwater, water quality response to storm events and the spatial variability in water quality over a range of land use and land cover types. Most of my research is focused on the Lamprey River watershed and other watersheds throughout southeastern New Hampshire with additional long-term water quality monitoring in the Luquillo Mountains of Puerto Rico. In the LCZO project, I assist with grant and sub-contract management including reporting.
Incorporating urban infrastructure into biogeochemical assessment of urban tropical streams in Puerto Rico. Potter J.D., McDowell W.H., Helton A.M., Daley M.L. (2013): Biogeochemistry
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