PhD Student; Environmental Systems
UC Merced - University of California, Merced
MSc, Water Resources Management, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2013
I research isotope hydrology, soil evaporation and vegetation water use. As an interdisciplinary researcher and friend of wild animals like the wolverine, I am especially interested in mountain hydrology that affects the ecosystem and water resources. At the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory, I am currently studying vegetation water sources in order to understand evapotranspiration as a flux from the sub-surface to the atmosphere. I joined the Southern Sierra CZO from Lake Tahoe where I was an advocate for the environment and the Desert Research Institute in Las Vegas, where I earned a Master of Science degree in Water Resources Management.
I am currently a PhD Candidate at U.C. Merced. I have professional profiles on Google Citations and LinkedIn.
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Water Storage, Mixing and Transit Times During a Multiyear Drought. Van Der Velde, Y.; Visser, A.; Thaw, M.; Safeeq, M. (2017): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Abstract H23E-1731.
New Applications of Cosmogenic Radioactive Isotopes to Study Water Travel Times. Visser, A.; Thaw, M.; Dinhart, A.; Bibby, R. K.; Esser, B. (2017): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Abstract H23K-01.
Investigating Unsaturated Zone Travel Times with Tritium and Stable Isotopes. Visser, A.; Thaw, M.; Van Der Velde, Y. (2017): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Abstract H23E1729.
Variability in Sierra Nevada Forest Water Sources During a Severe Drought. Thaw, M. (2016): Yosemite Hydroclimate Meeting
Tracking water through the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory using radioactive and stable isotopes . Thaw, M.; Visser, A.; Deinhart, A.L.; Sharp, M.; Everhart, A.; Bibby, R.K.; Conklin, M.H. (2016): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2016. Abstract H31K-07.
Variability of Residence Time tracer Concentrations at the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory during the California Drought. Visser, A., Thaw, M., Stacy, E., Hunsaker, C., Bibby, R., Deinhart, A.L., Schorzman, K., Egnatuk, C., Conklin, M., Esser, B. (2015): H21F Hydrochronology: Advances in Tracer Methods, Modeling Techniques, and Applications of Residence Times in Hydrology Research I Posters., presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 Dec.
20 Dec 2016 - Lawrence Livermore and UC Merced researchers are tracking water through the critical zone using cutting-edge technology and new collection methods.
15 Apr 2016 - The story in The Desert Sun, shows insight into the research at SSCZO and efforts being made to understand the shift in the Sierra snowpack.
23 Mar 2016 - Snow days may hold some people back from going to work or school. But for Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory researchers and staff, traveling...
07 Sep 2015 - PhD Student, Environmental Systems, University of California Merced