I am working in the Hydrological Information Systems Lab as part of a multi-university team on the implementation of an automated version of the remote sensing evapotranspiration model METRIC on the Google Earth Engine platform. I am involved in improving the automated calibration of the model as well as adding new capabilities and will be helping to improve user accessibility by adding new functionality. I grew up in Los Alamos, New Mexico and received a B.S. in Environmental Science at New Mexico Tech (NMT). I continued in the Hydrology graduate program at NMT where my Master's research focused on using remote sensing to estimate evapotranspiration from the land surface. I also became involved with the New Mexico Statewide Water Assessment project where I helped develop an energy product that was used in a statewide high-resolution distributed soil-water-balance model that calculates evapotranspiration and estimates diffuse recharge for the entire state of New Mexico. I started my current position In March, 2018.
- Applied Climate and Spatial Science
- Remote sensing
- Climate Change
- Water Resources Management
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