PhD Student, University of California, Merced
UC Merced - University of California, Merced
M.S. , Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2014
My current research effort is analyzing drought resiliency and recovery in the southwest U.S. through the utilization of eddy covariance flux tower, spatially distributed meteorological, and remotely sensed data. The primary objective is to better understand the variability for which sites respond to drought based on precipitation timing, climate, and land cover. Completing this objective will provide local water resource managers more accurate information on anticipated impacts of a drought scenario and post scenario recovery time.
2019 (In Review)
Evapotranspiration feedbacks shift annual precipitation-runoff relationships during multi-year droughts in a Mediterranean mixed rain-snow climate. Avanzi, F.; Rungee, J.; Maurer, T.; Bales, R.; Ma, Q.; Glaser, S.; Conklin, M. (2019): Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discuss.
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Evapotranspiration response to multi-year dry periods in the semi-arid western United States. Rungee, J. P.; Bales, R. (2017): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Abstract H11O-07.