Ph. D, Civil and Environmental Engineering , University of California, Berkeley
M.S. , Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles
B.S. , Mechanical Engineering , University of Miami
Research interests include: watershed hydrology, groundwater-surface-water-land-surface interaction, land-atmosphere interactions, microbial subsurface contaminant transport, spectral scaling in watersheds, integrated watershed response to climate change, environmental risk assessment, development of numerical models, Lagrangian methods and high-performance computing
Snowmelt controls on concentration‐discharge relationships and the balance of oxidative and acid‐base weathering fluxes in an alpine catchment, East River, Colorado. Winnick M.J., Carroll R.W.H., Williams K.H., Maxwell, R.M., Dong, W., Maher K. (2017): Water Resources Research 53, 2507–2523 Cross-CZO National
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Elucidating Critical Zone Process Interactions with an Integrated Hydrology Model in a Headwaters Research Catchment. Collins, C.; Maxwell, R.M. (2017): H43S-07
13 Mar 2018 - Meet the minds behind the data! Caitlin specializes in modeling water fluxes from drop to catchment scale, tracking water through the Critical Zone.