Graduate Research Asst
PhD Student @ Surface Processes and Active Tectonics Lab
Landslide Hazards Geologists @ NC Geological Survey
Jordan Hall 1125
I am a geomorphologist living, working, and playing in the southern Appalachian mountains. I work on problems related to the evolution of these old hills – including mass wasting processes, the role bedrock rivers play, intersections of geology and biology, and a few unique geological phenomenon like bedrock domes and fissure caves. I use GIS and code (Python, MATLAB) everywhere I can and spend many a day stomping around these mountains.
B.S., Environmental Studies (Earth Science), University of North Carolina Asheville (2009)
M.S., Earth Science, North Carolina State University (2011)