Dr. Gooseff's research is focused on the intersections of earth systems and ecosystems focusing on hydrology, solute transport, watersheds, streams and glaciers. His research focuses on stream-groundwater interactions, hyporheic exchange, stream/hyporheic restoration, and climate change in polar and temperate regions. Along with his colleagues and students, he conducts field experiments/monitoring and numerical modeling studies to uncover new knowledge about how natural systems function and how they respond to change. Dr. Gooseff is the lead PI of the McMurdo Long-Term Ecological Research project, based in the Dry Valleys, Antarctica. He also conducts research in Arctic Alaska and mountain watersheds in Colorado.
stream-groundwater interactions, hyporheic zones, biogeochemical cycling, pollutant transport and fate
CVEN 3323 - Hydraulic Engineering
Studies hydraulic engineering theory and applications. Topics include incompressible flow in conduits, pipe system analysis and design, open channel flow, flow measurement, analysis and design of hydraulic machinery.
CVEN 5333 - Physical Hydrology
Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
Introduces hydrology as a quantitative science describing the occurrence, distribution and movement of water at and near the surface of the earth. Develops a quantitative understanding of atmospheric water, infiltration, evapotranspiration and surface runoff. Studies global climatology and large scale climate drivers of regional hydrology at interannual time scales. Solves engineering problems related to water resources. Recommended prerequisite: CVEN 4333.