|Kevin McGuire, Group leader, Assistant Professor of Hydrology, and Associate Director of the Virginia Water Resources Research Center.|
|John (JP) Gannon, Ph.D. candidate (M.S., VT 2009), Interactions between hillslope hydrology, soil development, and stream chemistry at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, NH (Dept. of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation)|
|Kristopher Brown, Ph.D. candidate (M.S., LSU 2010), Forest roads and water quality best management practices in Virginia (co-chair, Dept. of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation)|
|Cody Gillin, M.S. student, Geospatial modeling of soils at Hubbard Brook. (Dept. of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation)|
|Suzanne Kok, M.S. student, Global Change and Ecosystem Program, Utrecht University, Netherlands|
Brad Bowers, Field Technician at Hubbard Brook, New Hampshire; currently M.S. student at Plymouth State University
Former Students and Associates of the Lab
Patricia Brousseau, B.S. (2008 REU), A catchment scale analysis of the interactions between physiographic position, hydrological flowpaths and soil profile development, completed M.S. at Virginia Tech in the Strahm Lab.
Maggie Burns, B.S. student, (2011 REU, fall/spring 2011-2012), Hydrological and geochemical characterization of C horizon in a glacial till headwater catchment, completed B.S. at University of Maine, now at UC-Boulder
Rachel Cloutier, M.S. (non-thesis) (2010) The effect of upland and near-stream geomorphology on hyporheic exchange, Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, now at Third Planet Windpower, Waterbury, VT
Joel Detty, M.S. (2008), Threshold changes in shallow subsurface hydrology at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, now at Normandeau Associates, Inc., Bedford, NH
Christian Doogan, M.S. (2010), Landscape controls on stream chemistry variability in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest and White Mountains of New Hampshire
Kaitland Harvey, B.S. (2009 REU), Can near-stream soil development patterns define a riparian zone in WS3, completing B.S. at University of Kentucky in Natural Resource Conservation and Management
Matt Kadak, B.S. student, fall/spring 2011-2012. Project: Infiltration and runoff processes from forest roads in the Piedmont. (Dept. Geography, Watershed Management Minor)
Charlene Kelly, postdoctoral associate, Interactions between climate and forest management: implications for headwater stream hydrology from the Coweeta paired watershed experiments, now at USGS in Denver
Tyler Kreider, B.S. (2008 REU), Patterns of stream channel wet-up and dry-down in relation to their landscape position, channel slope, channel substrate, and degree of channel incision, completed B.S. at SUNY-ESF Forest Engineering
Tyler Kreider, M.S. (2012), Rare earth elements as a tracer to understand sediment fate and transport in small streams, now at Kleinschmidt Associates.
Courtney Reijo, M.F. (2012), Influence of Riparian Topography in Predicting Nitrogen Loads in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed: An Application of SPARROW Modeling, now at University of Florida, Ph.D. program.
Janet Towse, M.S. (non-thesis) (2010), Assessing the pre- and post-condition of soil and water resources at the Ore Hill Mine CERCLA site, now at Center for Environmental Health Sciences, Dartmouth College
Maggie Zimmer, B.S. (2009 REU & 2010 intern), An evaluation of surface water sources using spatial and temporal variations in stream chemistry in a headwater catchment, now at Syracuse University