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Wlostowski, Adam Nicholas Faculty Member

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  • My interests are summarized by two emergent themes from current and previous work: 1) Hydrologic connectivity –water mediated fluxes of mass and energy between landscape units 2) Hydrologic coevolution – the bi-directional interaction between watershed structure and function over short and long timescales. Using a combination of in-situ data collection networks, time-series analysis, and physically based deterministic modeling, my work quantifies the connectivity of surface water and groundwater resources in a variety of landscapes. My research also advances understanding of hydrologic coevolution by synthesizing long-term hydrologic, geochemical, and meteorological data to extract quantitative signatures of catchment structure and hydrologic function.

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