CV


Curriculum Vitae

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Hydrologic Modeling
  • Climate Modeling
  • Land-Atmosphere Interactions
  • Climate Variability
  • Climate Change Impacts
  • Water Resources Management

CURRENT RESEARCH

  • Regional Arctic System Model (RASM) [at UW]
  • Coupled Glacier Hydrologic Modeling in the Columbia River Basin [at UW]
  • Quantitative hydrologic storylines [at NCAR]

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., 2016: Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
    • Emphasis: Hydrologic modeling, coupled land-atmosphere interactions
    • Thesis: Understanding the Arctic Hydroclimate Using the Regional Arctic System Model
  • M.S., 2012: Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
    • Emphasis: Climate Change Impacts, Hydrology, and Water Resources.
    • Thesis: Effects of Projected Twenty-First Century Sea Level Rise, Storm Surge, and River Flooding on Water Levels in Puget Sound Floodplains and Estuaries
  • B.S., 2007: Civil Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
    • Emphasis: Water Resources and Geotechnical Engineering

POSITIONS HELD

Period Position Employer
2016 - present Post-Doctoral Researcher Research Applications Laboratory, Hydrometeorological Applications Program, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
2010 - 2016 Research Assistant Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
2010 - 2014 Water Resource Specialist Cardno TEC, Inc., Seattle, Washington
2013 Adjunct Professor Deptartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington
2007 - 2009 Civil Engineer Designer II Roth-Hill Engineering Partners, Bellevue, Washington
2007 Civil Engineering Intern Dowl Engineering, Tucson, Arizona

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Terms Position Course
Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2014 Teaching Assistant CEE 500: Environmental and Water Resource Seminar. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Spring 2013 Adjunct Professor CEEGR 371: Water Resource Engineering I. Seattle University, Seattle, Washington

AWARDS

Date Title
2012 Best Student Presentation Award, University of Washington Water Symposium
2016 Ronald E. Nece Fellowship, University of Washington

LICENSES

Date Title Number
2013-present Professional Engineer in the State of Washington 50453

MEMBERSHIPS

PEER REVIEW DUTIES

PUBLICATIONS

In preparation

Hamman, J., B. Nijssen, T. Bohn, Y. Mao, and D. Gergel: The Variable Infiltration Capacity (VIC) Model, Version 5.0 - improvements and new applications. In preparation, to be submitted to Geoscientific Model Development - 2016.

Hamman, J., B. Nijssen, J. Cassano, W. Maslowski, and A. Roberts: On the relationship between Arctic winter precipitation and minimum sea ice extent. In preparation, to be submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres - 2016.

In review / in revision

Brunke, M., J. Cassano, N. Dawson, A. DuVivier, W. Gutowski, J. Hamman, J., W. Maslowski, B. Nijssen, J. Renteria, A. Roberts, and X. Zeng, 2017: Evaluating the atmosphere-land-ocean-sea ice interface processes in the Regional Arctic System Model version 1.0 (RASM1) using local and globally gridded observations. Journal of Climate, in review.

Published

Cassano, J., A. DuVivier, A. Roberts, M. Hughes, M. Seefeldt, M. Brunke, A. Craig, B. Fisel, W. Gutowski, J. Hamman, M. Higgins, W. Maslowski, B. Nijssen, R. Osinski, X. Zeng, 2017: Near surface atmospheric climate of the Regional Arctic System Model (RASM). Journal of Climate, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-15-0775.1.

Hoyer, S., and J. Hamman, 2017: xarray: N-D labeled arrays and datasets in Python. Journal of Open Research Software, doi:10.5334/jors.148.

Hamman, J., B. Nijssen, A. Roberts, A. Craig, W. Maslowski, and R. Osinski, 2017: The Coastal Streamflow Flux in the Regional Arctic System Model. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, doi:10.1002/2016JC012323.

Hamman, J., B. Nijssen, M. Brunke, J. Cassano, A. Craig, A. DuVivier, M. Hughes, D.P. Lettenmaier, W. Maslowski, R. Osinski, A. Roberts, and X. Zeng, 2016: Land surface climate in the Regional Arctic System Model. Journal of Climate, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-15-0415.1.

Hamman, J., A. Hamlet, S. Lee, E. Grossman, and R. Fuller, 2016: Combined Effects of Projected Sea Level Rise, Storm Surge, and Peak River Flows on Water Levels in the Skagit Floodplain. Northwest Science, doi:10.3955/046.090.0106.

DuVivier, A.K., J. Cassano, A. Craig, J. Hamman, W. Maslowski, B. Nijssen, R. Osinski, and A. Roberts, 2016: Winter atmospheric buoyancy forcing and oceanic response during strong wind events around southeastern Greenland in the Regional Arctic System Model (RASM) for 1990-2010. Journal of Climate, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-15-0592.1.

Editorials

Freitag, B., D. Carlton, and J. Hamman, 2012: Building better flood risk maps: Lessons learned from the electric car. Natural Hazards Observer, XXXVII (1)

Datasets

Hamman, J., B. Nijssen, A. Roberts, A. Craig, W. Maslowski, and R. Osinski., 2017: The Coastal Streamflow Flux in the Regional Arctic System Model [Data set]. Zenodo, doi:10.5281/zenodo.293037.