Monday, January 14, 2019

Monday, January 14, 2019 — 3:00 PM EST

Building an Understanding of Ecohydrologic Process through Model-Data Fusion

Dr. James O. Knighton​
Biological & Environmental Engineering, Cornell University

Recent advances in ecohydrology have been facilitated by the parallel emergence of ecohydrological models, high resolution hydrologic datasets, and data analytic techniques. In this talk I will first examine the hypothesis of ecohydrological separation (i.e. the Two Water Worlds Hypothesis) from the perspective of physically-based models and high frequency soil water isotopic measurements along a hillslope.

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