The Ecohydrology Research Group led by Dr. Indrajeet Chaubey integrates field data collection with simulation-based engineering and computational thinking to advance our understanding of fate and transport of water and related constituents across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. Specifically, we are interested in ecohydrologic processes affecting fate and transport of sediment, nutrients, and pesticides from various land use activities and developing watershed management strategies to improve water quality.
Upcoming Group Meeting Presentations
(2pm, ABE 212)
March 7th - ABE Recruitment Day - Tour of the Ecohydrology Lab
March 14th - Becca (DayCent update/UWRB SWAT model)
March 21st - SPRING BREAK, NO MEETING
March 28th - Amanda (Exp. design/proposal)