My research focuses on sediment transport and morphodynamics of fluviodeltaic systems using both physical experiments and field studies. I am interested in the environmental feedbacks that shape the landscape at both large and small scales, and I am currently studying how vegetation affects river delta growth and channel dynamics.
Graduate Student and Early Career Travel Grant - Sediment Experimentalists Network (2015)
Banks Fellowship - Jackson School of Geosciences (2014)
ExxonMobil Geoscience Grant - ExxonMobil (2013)
Honorable Mention - National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (2013)
Award for Excellence in Research - Morphodynamics and Quantitative Stratigraphy Group, Jackson School of Geosciences (2012)
Henry Darwin Rogers Award for Excellence in Geology - Department of Earth and Environmental Science, University of Pennsylvania (2011)
Endowed Graduate Fellowship - Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin (2011 - 2012)