Emily is a fluvial geomorphologist who uses field data and remote sensing to investigate the structure and function of river corridors. She is interested in characterizing natural environments to inform and improve restoration and management practices. She has her PhD and MS in Geosciences from Colorado State University, and her BS in Biological Systems Engineering from the University of California, Davis. She is also a trained science communicator, visual artist, and an AGU Voices for Science Advocate and SoGES Sustainability Leadership Fellow (2022-2023 cohorts). When not in the office, Emily can be found on a trail, at a lake, or in a tent.
River corridor ecosystems
Large wood dynamics
Current Research Projects
Timescales of Beaver-Related River Restoration in the western United States