Nate Jones (Lab PI)
Nate is an interdisciplinary water scientist focused on improving the physical, chemical, and biological integrity of our water resources. His work spans gradients in hydrologic connectivity (e.g., upland wetlands, intermittent streams, and large-rivers), spatial scales (e.g., individual soil aggregates to watersheds), and disciplinary boundaries (e.g., engineering, environmental science, and the social sciences).
Delaney is a MS student interested in understanding the connections between groundwater and surface water. She received her BS from Virginia Tech in water resources, and she has had experience working in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest studying the impacts of soil morphology on water chemistry. She is also interested in understanding the human dimensions of water resource management, and how interdisciplinary work between social and physical sciences can make a difference in the quality of watersheds.