Adviser: Roman DiBiase
M.S., Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, In Progress
B.A., Geology, Middlebury College, 2017
My research interests include anthropogenic influence on valley sedimentation and the spatial variability in climatic and anthropogenic control on sediment input to fluvial systems.
The Effect of Lithology and Agriculture at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Li Li, DiBiase Roman A., Del Vecchio Joanmarie, Marcon Virginia, Hoagland Beth, Xiao Dacheng, Wayman Callum, Tang Qicheng, He Yuting, Silverhart Perri, Szink Ismaiel, Forsythe Brandon, Williams Jennifer Z., Shapich Dan, Mount Gregory J., Kaye Jason, Guo Li, Lin Henry, Eissenstat David, Dere Ashlee, Brubaker Kristen, Kaye Margot, Davis Kenneth J., Russo Tess A., Brantley Susan L. (2018): Vadose Zone Journal, 17:180063
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Near-surface Geophysical Characterization of Cole Farms in the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory, Pennsylvania, USA. Gregory Mount*, Jorden Hayes, Perri Silverhart, Callum Richard Wayman, Joanmarie Del Vecchio, Roman A DiBiase, Susan L Brantley (2018): Abstract NS41B-0820 presented at 2018 AGU Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C., 10-14 Dec
Investigating climate change versus land use controls on hillslope erosion and valley sedimentation at the Cole Farm study watershed, central Pennsylvania. Perri Silverhart*, Roman A DiBiase (2018): Abstract H53N-1775 presented at 2018 AGU Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C., 10-14 Dec
29 Oct 2019 - Members of the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory gave a tour of the CZO to nearly 30 science writers during the SciWri19 conference he