Jeni Keisman is the Hydrologic Impacts Branch Chief for the WMA Earth Systems Processes Division.
The Hydrologic Impacts Branch (HIB) is an interdisciplinary group of hydrologists, ecologists, biogeochemists, and physical scientists. HIB scientists use field and laboratory work as well as data-driven and process modeling approaches to quantify and infer causal connections between stressors, water availability, and effects on natural and human communities.
Prior experiences include explaining factors affecting trends in water quality and habitat conditions, analysis of water consumption for producing transportation fuels, research on nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in forests, and synthesis of scientific insights to inform future research directions and environmental management decisions.
Education and Certifications
Ph.D.: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University
M.S.: Sustainable Development & Conservation Biology, University of Maryland
B.A.: History from St. Mary’s College of Maryland