I am a Professor in the School of Earth and Climate Sciences at the University of Maine.
My current research activities include:
- the influence of ground-water flow and solute transport in peatland and other wetland systems,
- carbon cycling in wetland systems,
- groundwater interaction with surface water systems
My research usually involves applying computer simulations to better understanding field observation and test the plausibility of idealized models. I use groundwater software developed by the U.S. Geologic Survey (Modflow, Flopy and Phreeqc) to simulate groundwater processes and use the computer language ‘Python’ to manipulate data and create simple computer models.
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