James's research broadly focuses on surface water-quality studies designed to understand how in-stream conditions are changing over time and the drivers of such changes. Current projects are focused on assessing the effects of watershed management in urban and agricultural settings.
2012 – Present Hydrologist, USGS Virginia and West Virginia Water Science Center, Richmond, VA
Education and Certifications
M.S., Forest Resources, 2012, The Pennsylvania State University
B.S., Environmental Resource Management, 2010, The Pennsylvania State University