Sarah E. Godsey

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Watershed Hydrology; Hydrochemistry; Polar and Mountain Hydrology

Assistant Professor, Idaho State University

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PhD, Earth & Planetary Science, University of California-Berkeley, 2009
MS, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati,, 2003
BA, Echols Honors Interdisciplinary,, University of Virginia, 1999


I am a catchment hydrologist focused on mountain and polar regions. By integrating field, data analysis, and modeling approaches, I aim to understand the impacts of climate and land use change on water quantity and quality. I rely on hydrological, hydrochemical and geomorphological tools in my research, and often collaborate with biogeochemists and ecologists to study more complex systems. My primary research interests include: 1) understanding the factors affecting the timing and quality of water delivery across catchment scales, and 2) integrating ecological, social, and hydrological knowledge to improve our understanding of climate and land use changes.


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208-282-3170
921 S. 8th Ave, Mail Stop 8072, Pocatello, ID 83209-8072

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