Mark Green Awarded Fulbright Researcher Position

June 4th, 2012 by June

Mark Green, assistant professor of hydrology, has been awarded a Fulbright Researcher Position to study at the University of Tokyo, Department of Forest Science from September 2012-June 2013. Mark’s research will concentrate on improving our understanding of hydrologic resilience in temperate forested watersheds. He will explore hydrologic data from Japanese and U.S. forested watersheds to see how resilient the hydrologic function has remained over history. The focus of this work will be to identify any irreversible hydrologic changes and study the reasons for those changes. Through exploration of case studies and long-term data sets a framework will be developed to understand the dynamics of hydrologic resilience.

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