Degree Earned: PhD
Graduation Year: 2007
Advisor(s): John Nieber and Dong Wang
Thesis Title: Hydrologic control of stream water nitrogen to phosphorus ratios.
Assistant Professor of Hydrology, Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University and Research Hydrologist, Northern Research Station, US Forest Service
Mark is focusing on how water transport influences biogeochemistry, ecology, and socio-economic dynamics. He studies these dynamics at national, regional (primarily New England), and local (primarily Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest) scales.