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Research Presentation: Susan Dickerson-Lange (Conservation, Restoration and Earth Systems Science Search)
Research Presentation:  Susan Dickerson-Lange  (Conservation, Restoration and Earth Systems Science Search)
WhenTuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, 1:15 – 2:15 p.m.
Description

Dr. Susan Dickerson-Lange is a hydrologist and geomorphologist with experience that ranges from investigations of upland snow hydrology to in-stream geomorphology to urban storm water quality. She earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington.  Her research efforts are focused on the combined impacts of forest and climate on mountain snow storage and watershed processes. She is particularly interested in the connection between upland hydrology and its downstream impacts on in-channel river dynamics and water resources, and currently works on river and upland restoration projects as a hydrologist with a small science and engineering firm. Dr. Dickerson-Lange has earned degrees in Geology from the College of William and Mary and Western Washington University, and she has pursued teaching at the college and K-12 levels. Dr. Dickerson-Lange’s theoretical and applied research aims to inform land management decisions related to water supply, forest health, and stream ecology. She has engaged in extensive field data collection and analysis to support research and applied questions. Dr. Dickerson-Lange is active in public outreach and collaboration with agencies, tribes, and municipalities, and has incorporated citizen science as part of her regional data collection efforts.

Campus locationUW Bothell UW1
Campus room261
Event typesAcademics
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