USFS - USDA Forest Service - Pacific Northwest Research Station
ph.D., Biological Systems Engineering, Washington State University , 2013
MS, Watershed Science , Colorado State University , 2003
B. Eng., Mechanical Engineering , Georgia Tech , 1993
I’m interested in understanding the effects of forest disturbances, especially fire and timber harvest, but also others such as roads and insects on surface and subsurface hydrologic processes. My field-based studies provide guidance for development of best management practices, model development or refinement, and other information for decision making.
CZO Research Groups
Spatially distributed water-balance and meteorological data from the rain-snow transition, southern Sierra Nevada, California. BALES, R., STACY, E., SAFEEQ, M., MENG, X., MEADOWS, M., OROZA, C., CONKLIN, M., GLASER, S., and WAGENBRENNER, J. (2018): Earth System Science Data, 10
Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory and Kings River Experimental Watersheds: A Synthesis of Measurements, New Insights, and Future Directions. O'Geen, A.; Safeeq, M.; Wagenbrenner, J.; Stacy, E.; Hartsough, P.; Devine, S.; Tian, Z.; Ferrell, R.; Hopmans, J.W.; and Bales, R. (2018): Vadose Zone Journal, 17:180081
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