David Litwin

Johns Hopkins University

David Litwin is a second year PhD student in environmental engineering studying the coevolution of landscapes and groundwater systems. He is a recipient of the Horton research award from AGU, and a first year member of H3S. When not writing code or in class, he likes to hike, play the double bass, and read fiction.

Steven Dykstra’s Research Showcase: Where Rivers End

Rivers end at the sea, or so we are taught. However, the study of fluvial hydrology commonly ends where tidal influence begins. Here, fluvial and marine forces overlap in long transitional regions (often 100s of kilometers) where coastal cities and ports face a double threat from river flooding and storm surge.