I graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor's degree in geophysics. Shortly after graduation my wife and I moved to Laramie so I could start graduate studies at the University of Wyoming with Steven Holbrook. By the end of my stay at the University I want to be able to identify good scientific questions and build testable hypotheses. I am currently a part of the Wyoming Center for Environment Hydrology and Geophysics (WyCEHG), which gives me the opportunity to start integrating near-surface geophysics into different fields like surface hydrology and geomorphology.
- December 2013
- I will be in San Francisco from December 8-12 for AGU. My poster presentation is titled, "Surface-groundwater interactions mediated by fractures: seismic refraction and electrical resistivity results from the Laramie Range, Wyoming" and will be presented on Tuesday December 10th from 8:00 AM to 12:20 PM in Moscone South.
- October 2013
- I attended a Critical Zone Observatory workshop prior to GSA, to download the poster that contains preliminary geophysical results from the SSCZO click here.
- Presented a talk on the data from the Laramie Range; you can download a copy of the talk here.
- I have just received news that my paper that was submitted to the Bulletin of Seismological Society of America (BSSA) back in March has been accepted for publication, you can download the color copy here.
- September 2013. I have just returned from collecting geophysical data in the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory (SSCZO)
- August 2013. Geological Society of America abstract was accepted! The title of my talk is, "Geophysical Investigation of Variability in Granite Weathering Thickness, Laramie Range, Wyoming"