Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences
I received my PhD from Rice University in Houston, TX. I am a geomorphologist and sedimentologist interested in landscape change at a variety of time and space scales. My research focuses on river and delta environments, which possess an abundance of natural resources that are critical for human life. I primarily use numerical models to explore how sensitive these environments are to various external processes and forcings. As a JSG postdoc, I am using numerical modeling to understand the development of rivers and deltas on Mars.