Field oriented study of water flow and chemical transport processes, and the spatial and temporal scales at which these are observed. Use of laboratory experiments to help identify these relationships. To develop, evaluate, and extend methods for characterizing flow and transport at different scales.
2006 Earl & Dorthy Foster Excellence in Teaching Award, Early Career. North Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources.
2006 Editor’s Citation for Excellence in Manuscript Reviews, Journal of Environmental Quality. Recognizes outstanding professional contributions in reviewing one or more papers during 2005. Given to six individuals.
2004 Early Career Award, Soil Physics Division (S1) of the Soil Science Society of America
2004 Larson/Yaggie Excellence in Research Award, Early Career. College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources at North Dakota State University.
2001 Outstanding Reviewer Award. Soil and Water Division of the Transactions of the ASAE and Applied Engineering in Agriculture.
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