4800 Oak Grove Drive
I am interested in regional and global hydroclimate variability, with a focus on evapotranspiration. Evapotranspiration involves the transfer of water from land to the atmosphere and is a critical driver of the global water cycle. I am also interested in quantifying how human activity influences the water cycle via agriculture. My research also uses remote sensing for societal applications, such as improving wildfire predictability. I use a wide range of in situ observations, satellite remote sensing, including GRACE, GRACE-FO and ECOSTRESS, and land surface models to investigate these research areas.