1415 Engineering Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Ph: (608) 262-1978
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Freshwater and Marine Sciences, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
We work in a number of research areas, including:
- Measurement, modeling, and analysis of extreme rainfall at high resolution using a variety of sources including rain gages, ground-based weather radar, satellite-based sensors, and numerical weather and climate models.
- Understanding the roles of rainfall and land surface process variability and interactions to produce floods at a wide range of scales using high-resolution multi-scale supercomputer-based watershed models.
- Interfacing with meteorologists and climate scientists to translate projected changes in extreme precipitation from regional and global climate models into projections of future risks.
- Developing practical tools for improved probabilistic rainfall and flood hazard and risk estimation.