Alejandro N. Flores
Boise State University
Geosciences Department, ERB 4151
Personal Website: https://www.boisestate.edu/leaf/
Ph.D., Hydrology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2009;
MS, Civil Engineering, Colorado State University, 2003;
BS, Civil Engineering, Colorado State University, 2001
Emphasis: CSE, Data Science
Regional climate modeling, ecohydrological modeling, remote sensing, data assimilation. High-resolution regional climate modeling and evaluation, hydrologic modeling, remote sensing, and data assimilation.
NSF Mid-Career Advancement: Navigating the Clouds on the Horizon: Research and Education for Cloud-enabled Computational Hydrology in the Data Revolution
Katie Murenbeeld, Ph.D. Geosciences;
Graduates Fall 2021, Improving the representation of temperate coniferous needle leaf trees in Earth System Models.
William Rudisill, Ph.D. Geophysics
Graduates Spring 2022, Modeling weather and climate in complex, mountain watersheds.
Elizabeth Padian, MS Hydrologic Sciences
Graduates Spring 2022, Predicting risks to agricultural from pests in a changing climate.
Katelyn FitzGerald, Ph.D. Geoscience
Graduates Fall 2021, Regional climate modeling at convection-permitting scales.