dynamics of hydrologic and geomorphic processes in upland, forested watersheds; studies of land use practices on geophysical processes using basic theoretical tools, simulation modeling, and empirical field studies; how management of the mountain landscape alters the processes of runoff generation and sediment production in steep, headwater catchments.
- Identifying the spatial pattern and importance of hydro-geomorphic drainage impairments on unpaved roads in the northeastern USA
- Controlling Polluted Stormwater Runoff From Roads
- The use of CMIP5 data to simulate climate change impacts on flow regime within the Lake Champlain Basin
- Assessing the Effects of Unpaved Roads on Lake Champlain Water Quality. Technical Report #74
- Hydrology and water quality in two mountain basins of the northeastern US: assessing baseline conditions and effects of ski area development