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Amy Steimke

M.S. Candidate, Hydrologic Sciences

University of Utah, 2013,
B.S. Environmental Geoscience
Research Topic

I study how climate change alters the timing and magnitude of water delivery in forested watersheds in the semi-arid West. I am also interested in the sensitivity of those shifts in response to wildfires and how land is managed.

Other Research Interests

Agent-based modeling, hydrologic modeling, alternative futures analysis, climate change, socio-ecological systems, water resource management

 

Email:   amysteimke@u.boisestate.edu
Office:  ERB 4th floor, cube 4A

Skills
    • agent-based and hydrologic modeling, Matlab, Python, ArcGIS, mass spectrometry, laser spectroscopy, wet lab techniques, field work, water sampling, discharge measurements
Publications

*coming soon*