Personnel

Laboratory Director


Dr. Adam M. Milewski
Principal Investigator
Associate Professor
CVUGA Geology

SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS:

  • Understanding recharge dynamics in arid systems (e.g., freshwater inland lenses, ephemeral channels, mountain-front)
  • Evaluation and use of satellite remote sensing in solving complex geologic and hydrologic problems.
  • Examining the impacts of natural and anthropogenic changes on local to global water cycles.
  • Assessing multi-scalar water availability and resiliency.
  • Developing technology-driven research, teaching, and training applications.

The Crew…

David Richardson

David Richardson
Principal Research Associate
Ph.D. Student
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SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS:

  • Hydrogeology
  • Remote Sensing
  • Geochemistry


Yannie Donaldson
Ph.D. Student
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SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS:

  • Hydrogeophysics–Applying geophysical techniques to determine recharge, physical properties, and behavior of inland freshwater lens.

Sarah Asher
M.S. Student
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SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS:

  • Anthropegenic influences on water systems
  • Flood and drought prediction using hydrologic models
  • Global-scale hydrology

Steffan Becker
M.S. Student
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SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS:

  • Anthropegenic influences on water systems
  • Flood and drought prediction using hydrologic models
  • Global-scale hydrology

Lea Davidson
Ph.D. Student
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Fabian Zowam
Ph.D. Student
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The O.G. Crew…

Michael C. Durham
Senior Research Associate
Ph.D Student / Staff Geologist
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SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS:

  • Development of enhanced hydrologic measurements for use in Physically Ungauged Basins (PUBs).
  • Characterization of transmission losses in arid environments.
  • Integration of soil temperature probes and remote sensing techniques to better understand Wadi characteristics.
  • Assessment of satellite remote sensing based hydrologic models within the arid environments.

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