Department: Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering, and INSTAAR
Education: BCE, Georgia Tech; MS and PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder
Teaching: CVEN 5333 Physical Hydrology
Research: Modeling water quality in surface waters, contaminant fate and transport, ecosystem response to climate change, polar aquatic and general ecosystem research
Engineering Center (Dean's Office)
1111 Engineering Dr., Boulder, CO 80309
Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex
4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303
Honors and Distinctions:
- Robert L. Stearns Award, CU Boulder Alumni Association, 2022
- Research Development Award, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering, CU Boulder, 2019
- Fellow of the Geological Society of America, 2017
- 2012 Penn State Engineering Alumni Association Outstanding Teaching Award
- Harry West Teaching Award, 2011-2012 (Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Penn State University)
- National Academy of Engineering Frontiers in Engineering Education Symposium, 2011 (one of 65 selected participants from Engineering programs across the US)
- UCOWR Award for Education and Public Service to the MOCHA team, 2011
** denotes work done in collaboration with graduate students
* denotes work done in collaboration with undergraduate students
- *Bergstrom, A, KA Welch, and MN Gooseff. 2023. Spatial Patterns of Major Ions and Their Relationship to Sediment Concentration in Near Surface Glacier Ice, Taylor Valley Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface, 128, e2022JF006980.
- Ward, AS, SM Wondzell, MN Gooseff, TP Covino, S Herzog, B McGlynn, and RA Payn. 2023. Breaking the window of detection: Using multi‐scale solute tracer studies to assess mass recovery at the detection limit. Water Resources Research, 59(3): e2022WR032736.
- *Blaskey, D, JC Koch, MN Gooseff, AJ Newman, Y Cheng, JA O'Donnell, and KN Musselman. 2023. Increasing Alaskan river discharge during the cold season is driven by recent warming. Environmental Research Letters, 18(2): 024042. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/acb661.
- González-Pinzón, R, *J Dorley, *J Singley, K Singha, M Gooseff, and T Covino. 2022. TIPT: The Tracer Injection Planning Tool. Environmental Modelling & Software, 156: 105504.
- Hudson, AR, DPC Peters, JM Blair, DL Childers, PT Doran, K Geil, M Gooseff, KL Gross, NM Haddad, MA Pastore, JA Rudgers, O Sala, EW Seabloom, and G Shaver. 2022. Cross-site comparisons of dryland ecosystem response to climate change in the US Long-Term Ecological Research network. BioScience, 72(9): 889-907.
- *Singley, JG, K Singha, MN Gooseff, R González-Pinzón, TP Covino, AS Ward, J Dorley, and ES Hinckley. 2022. Identification of hyporheic extent and functional zonation during seasonal streamflow recession by unsupervised clustering of time-lapse electrical resistivity models. Hydrological Processes, 36(10): e14713.
- Hensley, R, J Singley, and M Gooseff. 2022. Pulses within pulses: Concentration-discharge relationships across temporal scales in a snowmelt-dominated Rocky Mountain catchment. Hydrological Processes, 35(9): e14700.
- *Torrens, CL, MN Gooseff, and DM McKnight. 2022. Dissolved organic carbon chemostasis in Antarctic polar desert streams. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 127, e2021JG006649, doi: 1029/2021JG006649.
- Gooseff, MN, DM McKnight, PT Doran, and A Fountain. 2022. Long-term stream hydrology and meteorology of a Polar Desert, the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Hydrological Processes, 36(6), e14623, doi: 10.1002/hyp.14623.
- *Emanuelson, K, T Covino, AS Ward, *J Dorley, and M Gooseff. 2022. Conservative solute transport processes and associated transient storage mechanisms: Comparing streams with contrasting channel morphologies, land use and land cover. Hydrological Processes, 36(4): e14564, doi: 10.1002/hyp14564.
- **Wlostowski, AN, MN Gooseff, and BJ Adams. 2018. Soil moisture controls the thermal habitat of active layer soils in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences, 123(1): 46-59.
- **Webb, RW, SR Faccnacht, and MN Gooseff. 2018. Hydrologic flow path development varies by aspect during spring snowmelt in complex subalpine terrain. The Cryosphere, 12: 287-300.
- **Singley, JG, **AN Wlostowski, **AJ Bergstrom, ER Sokol, **CL Torrens, C Jaros, **CE Wilson, **PJ Hendrickson, and MN Gooseff. 2017. Characterizing hyporheic exchange processes using high-frequency electrical conductivity-discharge relationships on subhourly to interannual timescales. Water Resources Research, 53(3): 4124-4141.
- **Webb, RW, SR Fassnacht, and MN Gooseff. 2017. Defining the diurnal pattern of snowmelt using a beta distribution function. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 53(3): 684-696.
- **Webb, R, S Fassnacht, and MN Gooseff 2015. Wetting and drying variability of the shallow subsurface beneath a snowpack in California’s southern Sierra Nevada. Vadose Zone Journal, 14(8): doi:10.2136/vzj2014.12.0182.
- **Langford, ZL, MN Gooseff, and DJ Lampkin. 2015. Spatiotemporal dynamics of wetted soils across a polar desert landscape. Antarctic Science, 27(2): 197-209.
- **Larson, LN, M Fitzgerald, K Singha, MN Gooseff, JL Macalady, and W Burgos. 2013. Hydrogeochemical niches associated with hyporheic exchange beneath an acid mine drainage-contaminated stream. Journal of Hydrology, 501: 163-174.
- **Ward, AS, *RA Payn, MN Gooseff, BL McGlynn, KE Bencala, CA Kelleher, SM Wondzell, and T Wagener. 2013. Variations in surface water-ground water interactions along a headwater mountain stream: Comparisons between transient storage and water balance analyses. Water Resources Research, 49(6): 3359-3374.
- **Kerr, PC, MN Gooseff, and D Bolster. 2013.The significance of model structure in one-dimensional stream solute transport models with multiple transient storage zones – competing vs. nested arrangements. Journal of Hydrology, 497: 133-144.
- Gooseff, MN, DA Benson, MA Briggs, *M Weaver, W Wollheim, B Peterson, and CS Hopkinson. 2011. Residence time distributions in surface transient storage zones in streams: Estimation via signal deconvolution. Water Resources Research, 47, W05509, doi:10.1029/2010WR009959.