Graduate Research Assistant
Currently working towards PhD candidacy
MS in Civil and Enviromental Engineering
B.Civil Engineering (Hons.)
My research interest involves understanding hydrologic sensitivities in the Arctic, quantifying the change agents such as precipitation, temperature and snow cover and developing causality between the change agents and observed changes on Arctic hydrology.
I am currently working on integrating the latest version of VIC (4.1.2) with the Regional Arctic Climate Model (RACM) which will be used to investigate the following interactions:
Miscellaneous A guide to manipulating netCDF data is available here (using R).
Tan, A., J. C. Adam, and D. P. Lettenmaier (2011), Change in spring snowmelt timing in Eurasian Arctic rivers, J. Geophys. Res., 116, D03101, doi:10.1029/2010JD014337.
Hydrology Group Seminar Presentation: Understanding the Hydrologic Sensitivity of Eurasian Arctic runoff to Snow-Related Energy Fluxes