Degree Earned: Master of Science
Graduation Year: 2002
Advisor(s): Pat Brezonik
Project Title: Early tertiary and modern hydrological environments of the Stenkul Fjord Area, Ellesmere Island, Canada
Anne is faculty in the Department of Geology at Kent State University in Ohio. Research in my lab focuses on watershed hydrology, groundwater-surface water interactions, and landscape evolution in human-altered and volcanic landscapes. Much of my research is field-based, but my group also makes use of stable isotope analyses, geographic information systems (GIS), and modeling. Previously, Anne was an Assistant Professor of Geography and Earth Sciences at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. Her PhD is in Geology from Oregon State University.