I like to work on broad theoretical ideas paired

with analysis and visualization of water data from

in situ sensors at field sites and larger

publically available spatiotemporal datasets.

Mostly this means I spend a lot of time

programming in R. In fact this whole website

was made using RMarkdown. For examples of my work

you can go to my github, scroll down

or look at my ShinyR data applications:

-Mining has dramatically changed the landscape in West Virginia

-Mining changes how water moves through mined landscapes and water quality

-Mining increases weathering rates of bedrock

-60 year record of watershed biogeochemistry at Hubbard Brook, in progress















Some visual examples of current and past projects

Mining progressing in Mud River, WV

Mining progressing in Mud River, WV


Dramatic changes to water chemistry in mined watersheds of West Virginia

Dramatic changes to water chemistry in mined watersheds of West Virginia


Thinking about design as a field that links landscape architecture, applied ecology, iphones and chairs

Thinking about design as a field that links landscape architecture, applied ecology, iphones and chairs


Mining changes hydrology and chemistry of streams, turning watersheds from stormflow dominated to baseflow dominated systems

Mining changes hydrology and chemistry of streams, turning watersheds from stormflow dominated to baseflow dominated systems