Dr. Adam Ward, Indianna University, Discusses Dynamic Hyrologic Forcing
EES welcomes Dr. Adam Ward, Indiana University, as he presents "Multi-scale Responses of River Corridor Exchange to Dynamic Hydrologic Forcing" This seminar explores hydrological forcing as a driver of connectivity at scales spanning the flowpath and river network for a complete year (water year 2016) at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest. He will explain his unique conceptual model based on field study and how that was translated into a numeric model of flow, transport and connectivity. Finally, Dr. West will highlight the application of this data to water resource a mangers who need to estimate connectivity and flow to broad, unstudied catchments. This seminar takes place on Friday, March 17, 2017 from 12:30 to 1:30 pm in Room 204 Naatural Science Building on the East Lansing Campus.