Water Research Making a Difference

My vision is to do water cycle research that makes a difference. Performing basic research and peer-reviewed publication is critical to build a foundation.  But it is equally important to make sure that that research is useful by partnering with stakeholders to build solutions to critical problems.  Therefore, my career goal is to continually improve my leadership in global water cycle research of direct relevance to society, including local to global land surface-atmospheric process observation and numerical simulation, and development and application of ecohydrologic data assimilation methods.  And of course, I am especially interested in applying cutting-edge research to develop practical solutions to water problems faced by society.

 

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