Office: CHCB 113A
Current Office Hours
Wednesday 10-12 am
Friday 9-10 am
B.S. Environmental Science (Water Science and Resources) Oregon State University. Spring 2013.
M.S. Geosciences Candidate, University of Montana. Expected Graduation Spring 2015.
GEO 102: Introduction to Geology, Sections 04 & 05
Field of Study
Fluvial geomorphology, aquatic ecology, hydrology, climate and flow regimes in the American West, disturbance/land-use erosion in watersheds.
Thesis project (working) title: Sediment Routing Through Steep-Stream Confluences: Depositional Behavior and Its Effects on Morphological Heterogeneity.
I look to investigate processes of sediment transport through tributary junctions, at a wide range of planform geometries and bed morphologies, to better understand grain-specific transport and how individual contributing tributaries affect confluence structure through deposition. This work will hopefully be paired with ongoing regional fisheries research to correlate confluence morphology to habitat quality for aquatic organisms.
Research Intern, Ecology Group, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Richland, WA. June 2010 - August 2013 (seasonal)
Honors / Awards
Summa Cum Laude, Oregon State University Class of 2013.
Backpacking, fly fishing, skiing, snowshoeing, climbing, berry-picking, snorkeling, soccer, learning about federal land management, reading, and watching baseball.