Master's Student; Civil Systems
UC Berkeley - University of California, Berkeley
Research interests include developing adaptive civil infrastructures with the help of wireless sensor technology; design and deploy low-cost wireless sensor networks for long-term and large-scale environmental monitoring.
Technical report: The design and evaluation of a basin-scale wireless sensor network for mountain hydrology. Zhang, Z.; Glaser, S.D.; Bales, R.C.; Conklin, M.; Rice, R.; Marks, D.G. (2017): Water Resources Research.
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
In-situ monitoring of California’s drought: Impacts on key hydrologic variables in the Southern Sierra Nevada. Oroza, C., Zheng, Z., Zhang, Z., Glaser, S., Bales, R., Conklin, M. (2015): EP53A Earth and Planetary Surface Processes: General Contribution Posters, presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 Dec.
Optimization methods for multi-scale sampling of soil moisture and snow in the Southern Sierra Nevada . Oroza, C., Zheng, Z., Zhang, Z., Glaser, S., Bales, R., Conklin, M. (2015): H42B Hot Spots and Hot Moments at System Interfaces: Novel Sensors and Modeling Approaches for Transforming Understanding of Catchment Heterogeneity I, presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 Dec.
Developing a robust wireless sensor network structure for environmental sensing. Zhang, Z., C. Oroza, S.D. Glaser, R.C. Bales and M.H. Conklin. (2013): American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2013, abstract #C41B-0630
Connecting the snowpack to the internet of things: an IPv6 architecture for providing real-time measurements of hydrologic systems (Invited). Kerkez, B., Zhang, Z., Oroza, C., Glaser, S.D., and Bales, R.C. (2012): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2012. Abstract C32B-07.
21 Jun 2017 - University of California Television (UCTV) features Bales, Conklin, Glaser, Safeeq, and others on the new Sustainable California channel