M.S. in Hydrology 2020
B.S. in Geophysical Engineering
Minor in Computer Science
I am interested in the intersection of geoscientific visualization and aquifer scale hydrogeophysics as a means to communicate geophysical findings in common-pool resource issues.
I previously graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with a B.S. in Geophysical Engineering and currently I am continuing my education in the Hydrological Science and Engineering graduate program at CSM focusing on Hydrogeophysics. In my career, I am interested in integrating characterizations of water resources as a critical tool for resource managers in securing a freshwater future.
The Global Mining Guidelines Group recently interviewed me for a project I put together that visualizes data in their Open Mining Format data specification. It's a neat article highlighting my work and the importance of open-source software in the geosciences!
I breifly share some of my work bringing geophysical data into Virtual Reality for communication of findings.
As a Colorado School of Mines senior, I reflect on my time at Mines, and give some insight into where I will go next.