Dr. Christopher Woltemade, geography/earth science, recently completed a research project with The Nature Conservancy, entitled “Potential to Increase Dry Season Streamflow via Water Management Strategies in the Mill Creek Watershed, Mendocino County, California.”  He has a related journal article in press:

Woltemade, CJ.  In press (2020).  Impacts of Small-Scale Water Conservation Practices on Summer Streamflow in the Navarro River Watershed, California. Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Yearbook.

Woltemade has also collaborated with Drs. Drzyzga, Hawkins, and Jantz and the SU Center for Land Use and Sustainability to address the impacts of changing climate and land cover in the Delaware River Basin.  Two articles have recently been published:

Hawkins TW and CJ Woltemade.  In press (2020).  Impact of projected 21st century climate change on basin hydrology and runoff in the Delaware River Basin, USA. Journal of Water and Climate Change.

Woltemade CJ, TW Hawkins, C Jantz, and S Drzyzga. 2020.  Impact of Changing Climate and Land Cover on Flood Magnitudes in the Delaware River Basin, USA. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 56(3): 507-527.