Professor, Boise State University
PhD, Hydrology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1997
MS, Hydrogeology, Syracuse University, 1991
BS, Geology, Western Michigan University, 1987
I am a hydrologist interested in improving our understanding and predictive capabilities of flux and storage of water, solute, and sediment in watersheds. My research group investigates relationships between hydrological, geomorphological and ecological processes using integrated observation and simulation approaches primarily in long-term experimental watersheds throughout the world, with particular interests in snow-dominated landscapes.
Hillslope hydrology in global change research and Earth system modeling. Fan, Y., Clark, M., Lawrence, D. M., Swenson, S., Band, L. E., Brantley, S. L., P. D. Brooks, W. E. Dietrich, A. Flores, G. Grant, J. W. Kirchner, D. S. Mackay, J. J. McDonnell, P. C. D. Milly, P. L. Sullivan, C. Tague, H. Ajami, N. Chaney, A. Hartmann, P. Hazenberg, J. McNamara, J. Pelletier, J. Perket, E. Rouholahnejad‐Freund, T. Wagener, X. Zeng, E. Beighley, J. Buzan, M. Huang, B. Livneh, B. P. Mohanty, B. Nijssen, M. Safeeq, C. Shen, W. van Verseveld, J. Volk, D. Yamazaki (2019): Water Resources Research, vol 55 Cross-CZO
Hydrological partitioning in the critical zone: Recent advances and opportunities for developing transferable understanding of water cycle dynamics. Brooks P.D., Chorover J., Fan Y., Godsey S.E., Maxwell R.M., McNamara J.P., and Tague C. (2015): Water Resources Research 51 (9): 6973-6987 Cross-CZO
Bedrock infiltration estimates from a catchment in the mountain rain-snow transition zone. Kormos, P., McNamara, J., Seyfried, M., Marshall, H., Marks, D., and A. Flores (2015): Journal of Hydrology
Soil, snow, sub-surface storage data set from a mountain catchment in the rain–snow transition zone. Kormos, P., D. Marks, C. J. Williams, H. P. Marshall, P. Aishlin, D. G. Chandler and J. P. McNamara (2014): Earth Systems Science Data, 6: 165-173
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Scale-dependent interactions between vegetation, landscape, and climate: How critical zone structure influences ecohydrological resilience in a rapidly changing world. Brooks, P., Barnard, H., Chorover, J., Fan, Y., Gallo, E., Godsey, S., Maxwell, R., McNamara, J., Swetnam, Y., and Tague, N (2015): H23J-05 Ecohydrology in the Critical Zone II, presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 Dec. Cross-CZO
Soil Organic Carbon in the Critical Zone: Ecohydrologic Model Sensitivity and Spin-up. Walters, R., Benner, S., de Graaff, M., McNamara, J., Will, R., and A. Flores (2015): Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System Annual Meeting, Boulder, CO
Reynolds Creek Carbon Critical Zone Observatory. Lohse, KA, M Seyfried, A Flores, S Benner, N Glenn. (2013): NSF Proposal