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.
When rain falls on a watershed, a diverse array of processes are set in motion, moving water from the canopy, into and across the ground surface, through pores in soil and rock, and eventually into streams as runoff.