Hydrology PhD student at University of Arizona
BS, Earth and Ocean Sciences, Duke University, 2011
Alissa's research interests within the CZO are nutrient and trace metal transport.
Resolving Deep Critical Zone Architecture in Complex Volcanic Terrain. Moravec B.G., White A.M., Root R.A, Sanchez A., Olshansky Y., Paras B.K., Carr B., McIntosh J., Pelletier J.D., Rasmussen C., Holbrook W.S., Chorover J. (2020): Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 125(1): e2019JF005189 Cross-CZO
Distinct stores and the routing of water in the deep critical zone of a snow-dominated volcanic catchment. White A., Moravec B., McIntosh J., Olshansky Y., Paras B., Sanchez R.A., Ferré T.P.A., Meixner T., and Chorover J. (2019): Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23(11): 4661-4683
Subsurface Pore Water Contributions to Stream Concentration-Discharge Relations Across a Snowmelt Hydrograph. Olshansky Y., White A.M., Moravec B.G., McIntosh J., Chorover J. (2018): Frontiers in Earth Science 6: 181
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Examining the Impacts of Wildfire on Throughfall and Stemflow Chemistry and Flux at Plot and Catchment Scales. White A.M. (2015): MS Thesis in Hydrology. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 51 pp
Impacts of Wildfire on Throughfall and Stemflow Precipitation Chemistry. White A., McIntosh J., Meixner T., Brooks P., Chorover J. (2014): Abstract H51I-0724 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 Dec.