People

Kevin McGuire

Kevin J. McGuire

Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Forest Resources and Envi. Conservation
Associate Director, Virginia Water Resources Research Center

B.S., 1997, Environmental Science, Susquehanna University
M.S., 1999, Forest Resources, Penn State
Ph.D., 2004, Forest Engineering, Oregon State
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Amy Gondran

Amy C. Gondran

M.S. student

B.S., 2011, Geography, Texas A&M

Mineland Reforestation and Water Quality Project


Carrie Jensen

Carrie K. Jensen

Ph.D. student (GEA program)

B.S., 2011, Geography, University of Georgia
M.S., 2013, Geography, University of Georgia

Hubbard Brook Hydropedology Project


Ray Lee

Raymond M. Lee

Ph.D. student

B.S., 2006, Environmental and Resource Economics, UC-Davis
B.A., 2006, Philosophy, UC-Davis
M.S., 2014, Geography, San Diego State University

Coweeta Hillslope Project


Recent students

Kris Brown

Kristopher R. Brown

Ph.D., 2014
Forest Roads and Sediment Project

Now postdoc at University of Canterbury, Department of Forestry, New Zealand


JP_smJP Gannon

Ph.D., 2014
Hubbard Brook Hydropedology Project

Now assistant professor at Western Carolina University, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resources


Cody_smCody P. Gillin

M.S., 2013
Hubbard Brook Hydropedology Project

Now at Trout Unlimited, Wenatchee, WA

 


Former Students and Associates of the Lab

Rachel Cloutier, M.S. (non-thesis) (2010) The effect of upland and near-stream geomorphology on hyporheic exchange, Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, now at DNV-GL, Peterborough, NH

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

Matt Kadak, B.S. (2013), Project: Infiltration and runoff processes from forest roads in the Piedmont. (Dept. Geography, Watershed Management Minor), now at Mapcom Systems

Charlene Kelly, postdoctoral associate, (2011), Interactions between climate and forest management: implications for headwater stream hydrology from the Coweeta paired watershed experiments, now Assistant Professor at Western Carolina University.

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

International Visitors

Paolo Benettin, Ph.D. student, Dept. of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering (ICEA), University of Padova, Italy, September 2013-May 2014.

Susan Kok, M.S. student, Global Change and Ecosystem ProgramUtrecht University, Netherlands, April 2013-August 2013.

Matthias Sprenger, Ph.D. student, Institute of Hydrology, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg, Germany, December 2013.

Dr. Kerstin Stahl, Research Scientist, Institute of Hydrology, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg, Germany, October 2012-December 2012.

Prof. Dr. Markus Weiler, Professor of Hydrology/Director, Institute of Hydrology, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg, Germany, October 2012-December 2012.

REU Students

Patricia Brousseau, 2008, University of Vermont
Maggie Burns, 2011, University of Maine
Russell Callahan, 2013, Montana State University
Kelly Floro, 2014, George Mason University
Kaitland Harvey, 2009, University of Kentucky
Tyler Kreider, 2008, SUNY-ESF
Bridget O’Neill, 2012, University of Pittsburgh
Maggie Zimmer, 2009, Oberlin College

Join the group!

If you are interested in joining the group, please send an email to Dr. McGuire and include the following information:

  • a detailed explanation of the reason you want to attend graduate school or work in the group and why the group and program are a good fit for you,
  • an indication of your research interests, and
  • a description of your previous research experience.

Current announcements are usually posted here. Please also include a resume or CV and an unofficial copy of your transcripts. Prospective graduate students are encouraged to set up a phone call and/or visit campus. Students interested in undergraduate research opportunities should contact me as well.

Photos from the group

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Balancing the total station
Balancing the total station
Recording data
Collecting a survey point
Attempting a bug-free lunch