My current work is very interdisciplinary collaborating with ecologists, hydrologists, and geophysicists to answer dynamic questions pertaining to hydrological fluxes. Collaborations throughout Wyoming Center of Hydrology and Geophysics (WyCEHG) are striving to quantify water relations for natural and urban systems.
- Modeling snow distributions through complex subalpine forested watersheds with traditional and novel methods.
- Energy, community, and hydrological limitations of plant water-use following bark beetle infestations at the plot and hillslope scale.
- Quantify and parameterization of snow distribution and sublimation resulting in water fluxes at alpine ecosystems.
University of Wyoming
Department of Botany
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie WY, 82071
dbeverly [at] uwyo.edu