Keith Musselman
Research Associate

Ph.D., 2012, University of California, Los Angeles

Reserach Interests

Societal dependence on snowmelt runoff and ecohydrological sensitivity to environmental changes are two factors motivating my interest in science that serves to improve numerical predictive capacity and to inform sustainable water and land management practices. The overarching goals of my research are to evaluate the availability of freshwater in mountainous and forested seasonally snow-covered environments and evaluated the physical mechanisms and pathways responsible for the evolution of this freshwater. My specialties include terrestrial hydrology, hydrometeorology, and remote sensing in mountainous and forested seasonally snow-covered environments.