College: 
Graduate School
Degree: 
MS
Major: 
Water Resources Science
Advisor(s): 

Desiree Tullos - Biological and Ecological Engineering

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Beyond OSU
Personal Interests: 

I enjoy surfing, skating, hiking (especially around rivers) and committing mass-nerder. I love working with rivers because I get to work in beautiful landscapes and the work I do improves the quality of life of other sentient beings.

Biography

Received a B.S. in Environmental Science with an emphasis on watershed science from Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls.  My research there was focused on phosphorus (P) levels in the Upper Williamson River. I studied natural phosphorus level at the spring heads, which were the genesis of the river, and compared them to phosphorus levels of river water from flood irrigated pastures at the rivers egress from a cattle ranch.  Basically, how much P is naturally in the system and what are the levels of P downstream of a cattle operation?  My research showed that land management practices on the ranch might be  reduced the level of P in stream.  

I work for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service where I worked with private land owners to help restore physical, chemical and biological processes to their land for the benefit of wildlife in riverine, lacustrine, and riparian habitats.  I will be taking a leave of absence from the service while I focus my attention on graduate studies.

My Publications

I currently have no publications listed within this site.

Degree: 
MS WRE
Graduation Year: 
2017
Advisor(s): 

Desiree Tullos - Biological & Ecological Engineering

Thesis/Dissertation: 

The effects of beaver dam analogs on shallow water table elevations.