A bit about me

I am a computational hydroclimatologist. I have a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Washington. I’m currently a scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in the Terrestrial Sciences Section (TSS) (part of the Climate and Global Dynamics Laboratory). My research focuses on developing and evaluating computational hydrologic models to better understand the sources of uncertainty in future hydrologic projections. I am an active developer of a number of open-source Python, C, and Fortran software projects. I also am available to do a bit of consulting.

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Unless specifically marked otherwise, photographs on this site are from Steven Gnam Photography.

Satellite images are from NASA.