Danielle Tijerina is a PhD student in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Princeton University. Her research focuses on the use and evaluation of integrated, high-resolution hydrologic models at continental-scales. She is currently interested in the application of these models for understanding impacts to water resources as a result of land use and land cover change across the US. When she’s not thinking about water Danielle enjoys snowboarding, exploring the mountains with her pup Reggie, and philosophizing about Harry Potter.
- Danielle Tijerina’s Research Showcase: Contemplations on large-scale hydrologic modelingI recently found myself reviewing the opening chapter of my very first hydrology textbook—Physical Hydrology by S. Lawrence Dingman. Here, Dingman expresses that hydrology can be broadly described as having two principal focuses: 1) the global hydrologic cycle—studying quantity and distribution of water across components of the global water system and 2) the land phase … Continue reading Danielle Tijerina’s Research Showcase: Contemplations on large-scale hydrologic modeling