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.


David Litwin’s Research Showcase: Landscape co-evolution, dimensional analysis and transcending the particularity of place

I am a PhD candidate studying geography and environmental engineering at Johns Hopkins University in the Landscape Hydrology Lab. I am broadly interested in understanding how landscape history and the co-evolution of landscape form and hydrological processes affect watershed function. Water movement through catchments drives processes like mineral weathering and erosion that ultimately shape the … Continue reading David Litwin’s Research Showcase: Landscape co-evolution, dimensional analysis and transcending the particularity of place