Hydrology & Climate Research Group
The Hydrology & Climate Research Group is focused on modeling and remote sensing of the terrestrial and global water cycles. The work has implications for hydrologic and Earth system modeling, for characterizing water cycle variability across multiple scales, for understanding its interactions in the land-ocean-atmosphere-ice system, and for monitoring changes in freshwater availability in the context of global environmental change. The hydrology group is composed of Ph.D. students, postdoctoral researchers, and occasionally, highly motivated undergraduates. Hydrology projects range in scale and complexity from basin-scale field studies to integrated modeling and satellite studies of global hydrology.