Associate Professor

Near Surface Geophysics

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Rutgers University, Newark

My research in near surface geophysics focuses on using laboratory and field based nuclear magnetic resonance measurements to understand processes occurring in the top 100 m’s of Earth’s surface. My research spans critical zone science, hydrogeophysics, cryosphere geophysics, biogeophysics, and soil science. I am actively involved in science education research to engage students from groups historically underrepresented in the geosciences.

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Scenic view of Peruvian andes with students collecting geophysics

Water in Perú

NMR Rock Physics

Polymer Interfaces

IRIS Webinar 01/29/2021