Associate Professor of Hydrology
Office: Samuel Read Hall Building, Room 224
- B.S., Minnesota State University, Mankato, Biology
- M.S., University of Nevada, Reno, Hydrology
- Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Water Resources Science
Mark is a hydrologist, focused on forests and their role in regulating water movement and water quality. He and his students study the hydrologic cycle using water tracing techniques and data mining of large public databases. He teaches graduate classes in data visualization, forest ecology, and watershed hydrology. A major aspect of Mark’s work is serving as a research hydrologist with the Northern Research Station of the U.S. Forest Service.
- Creed, I. F., D. M. McKnight, B. A. Pellerin, M.B. Green, B. A. Bergamaschi, G. R. Aiken, D. A. Burns, S. E. Findlay, J. B. Shanley, R. G. Striegl, B. T. Aulenbach, D. W. Clow, H. Laudon, B. L. McGlynn, K. J. McGuire, R. A. Smith, and S. M. Stackpoole. 2015. The river as a chemostat: fresh perspectives on dissolved organic matter flowing down the river continuum. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, doi: 10.1139/cjfas- 2014-0400.
- Fahey, T. J., P. H. Templer, B. T. Anderson, J. J. Battles, J. L. Campbell, C. T. Driscoll, A. R. Fusco, M.B. Green, K.-A. S. Kassam, N. L. Rodenhouse, L. Rustad, P. G. Schaberg, and M. A. Vadeboncoeur. 2015. The promise and peril of intensive-site-based ecological research: insights from the Hubbard Brook ecosystem study. Ecology, 96: 885-901.
- Green, M.B., A.S. Bailey, S. Bailey, J.J. Battles, J.L. Campbell, C.T. Driscoll, T.J. Fahey, L. Lepine, G.E. Likens, S.V. Ollinger, and P. Schaberg. 2013. Decreased water flowing from a forest amended with calcium silicate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110 (15): 5999-6003, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1302445110.