Stephanie is a hydrologist at the New Mexico Water Science Center in Albuquerque.
She has a technical background in surface water data collection and field ecology of the Southwestern United States. Her research interests include remote sensing, hydrologic modeling, watershed disturbances and how these fields contribute to understanding trends in water availability, water quality and climate. For her M.S. research, she investigated the effects of fire and beetles on riparian evapotranspiration along the Rio Grande.
2021-present: Hydrologist, USGS, New Mexico Water Science Center, Albuquerque, NM
2016-2019: Hydrologic Technician, USGS, New Mexico Water Science Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
2012-2016: Hydrologic Technician, USGS, Pennsylvania Water Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA
2010-2012: Biological Science Technician, National Park Service, AZ, NM, TX, UT
Education and Certifications
M.S. Hydrology, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 2022
B.S. Biology, The College of William & Mary, 2006
B.S. Environmental Science, The College of William & Mary, 2006