Emily Crampe MS Defense. May 11. 2:30 PM

Monday, May 11, 2020

MS Defense: “Forest succession and climate change effects on long-term runoff coefficients at varying timescales.”

Emily Crampe is completing her degree in Water Resources Science under her major professor Catalina Segura.

Forest harvesting and climate change induced shifts in precipitation characteristics (i.e., intensity, type) may affect how water is stored on the landscape. In this study we used long-term paired watershed data to assess these possible changes by examining how much of the incoming precipitation was translated into the streamflow on the storm event, seasonal, and annual timescales.

May 11, 2:30 PM.  Via Zoom