M.S. Candidate, University of Delaware
Univ. Delaware - University of Delaware
B.A., Geological Sciences, Hamilton College, 2006
My primary focus is in sediment transport and storage. I will be working along a short reach in the White Clay Creek watershed to calculate a time-averaged rate of suspended sediment transport. As part of this project I will be determining rates of sediment exchange between the water column and storage areas. I also hope to discern if some of the suspended material is washed downstream without being held in storage for a significant amount of time.
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Can δ2H of Organic Matter in Soils be Used for Understanding Organic Matter Sources and Cycling?. Fogel, M., Berhe, A., Williams, E. (2015): B33D Soil Organic Matter: Mechanisms of Stabilization and Change II Posters, presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 Dec.
The Effect Of Particle Storage On Time-Averaged Suspended Sediment Transport Velocities Along the White Clay Creek, Pennsylvania. Wiliamson, Elyse (2013): In Review, University of Delaware