I am currently a research ecologist for The Wilderness Society in Anchorage, Alaska. My research is generally focused on understanding how anthropogenic impacts (climate change and development) affect freshwater ecosystems in Alaska.

My research seeks to integrate empirical data and models to understand how human-induced stress affects local hydrology and, subsequently, freshwater species. My previous research at University of Montana examined the effects of climate change and stream regulation on historical late summer streamflow trends across the Central Rocky Mountains.