Kevin is studying hydrology for two reasons: its demand scientifically and its relevance globally. Kevin uses a combination of fieldwork and numerical modelling studies to explore groundwater quantity and quality at various scales. Currently, Kevin is investigating groundwater residence times in aquifers from process-based and sustainability-oriented perspectives. Kevin has studied coastal groundwater-surface water interactions both in lake and beach settings. His previous research includes studying the effects of glacial isostasy on paleo-lake hydrology and applying geophysical techniques to constrain weathering properties of the shallow subsurface.
Horton Research Grant - American Geophysical Union (2014)
Ozarka "Every Drop Counts" Scholarship - Ozarka Spring Water (2011)
Outstanding Graduate Student - Groundwater Field Methods Course (UT-JSG) (2011)
Graduate Research Grant - Geological Society of America (2011)