IAS Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor: Charles Luce

14-25 July 2014

IAS Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor: Charles LuceCharles Luce is a Research Hydrologist for the US Forest Service in Boise, Idaho. He works on a wide range of issues related to forest-water relations, including climate change, snow hydrology, wildfire, forest roads, and groundwater-surface water interaction. He generally works in a multidisciplinary context with aquatic biologists, forest ecologists, or meteorologists to understand coupled changes in the ecological-hydrologic system. He holds a B.S. in Forestry and an M.S. in Forest Engineering from the University of Washington, and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Utah State University.

For more details regarding Dr Luce's visit, please contact Dr Ross Woods at Ross.Woods@bristol.ac.uk.

Dr Luce will be giving a seminar called " The Missing Mountain Water: Slower Westerlies Decrease Orographic Enhancement in the Pacific Northwest USA" at 11am on the 22 July 2014, in room 1.15 in Queen's Building.