Our lab uses a suite of tools to investigate human-enviroment interactions. We focus on a wide array of research topics extending to exploration of hydro-climatic and air quality impacts resulting from large-scale urbanization as well as potential adaptation and mitigation strategies that may be implemented to offset this anthropogenic forcing.
Our interdisciplinary group also addresses environmental consequences (e.g., on climate and hydrology) of renewable energy expansion by integrating across physical, agricultural, and socioeconomic elements. The range of tools used to investigate these topics include climate models, remote sensing data and associated applications, and in situ weather/climate observations.
Our work is funded by: