Greg is a Hydrologist for the Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center focusing on water quality with a special interest in post-fire hydrology.
Greg attended Penn State in University Park, PA and worked as a technician for the USDA-ARS while completing his BSc. He assisted with collecting and analyzing soil, plant, and water samples originating from agricultural fields for various chemical and physical properties. He then attended Washington State University to complete his MSc. At WSU, Greg researched the impacts of frequent wildfires on soil-water-plant interactions on the southern face of Mount Adams in southwestern Washington State.
Education and Certifications
Pennsylvania State University, BSc. Environmental Resource Management – Water Science
Washington State University, MSc. Environmental Science
Science and Products
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