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Anthony J. Parolari


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Hydrology, biogeochemistry, modeling/computational science

Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering, Marquette University

PhD, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012

My background is in hydrology and civil engineering, with a current research focus on the role of water in ecosystems. I develop quantitative models that link hydrologic variability to terrestrial ecosystem processes, including primary productivity, biogeochemistry, and geomorphology. I also study the social-ecological feedbacks that drive human interaction with the water cycle. These models are used to advance theory and to interpret empirical data, which improves basic understanding and prediction of ecosystem dynamics.

CZO Publications