My research focuses on the hydrologic effects of forest and land management practices in the southeast U.S. I joined the Landscape Ecology Lab at the Jones Center at Ichuaway in January 2021 as a Postdoctoral Research Associate where I’m working on modeling the streamflow effects of Longleaf pine restoration and other NRCS conservation practices on the southeast Coastal Plain. Evapotranspiration is the largest terrestrial water flux after precipitation and controls how much water is left over to recharge groundwater and supply flow to streams and rivers. My past research quantified evapotranspiration of different forest types in the southeast U.S and quantified precipitation and evapotranspiration partitioning in young bioenergy plantations.
Ph.D. Forestry and Natural Resources, 2020
University of Georgia, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
M.S. Geography, 2013
University of Georgia, Geography Department
BS Geography, 2010
Radford University, Geography Department