University of Illinois—Urbana Champaign
Esther Lee is a PhD student at the UIUC in Dr. Praveen Kumar’s research group. Her areas of research include ecosystem water cycle, hydraulic redistribution, multi-species interaction in water use. She is currently conducting a research in collaboration of modeling and experimental synthesis in semi-arid region in Arizona to examine the impact of hydraulic redistribution on water use of co-existing vegetation species. Esther received her BS and MS degrees in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois.
Perspective No. 1: EGU 2020 Online Conference By Jerom Aerts With a cup of coffee in my hand and a fully filled schedule for the day, I start attending the EGU 2020 online conference. A strange feeling as I would normally have had a nice stroll through Vienna and a quick metro ride to the … Continue reading Navigating Online Conferences
Esther Lee’s Research Showcase: What does hydraulic redistribution tell us about how ecosystems respond to climate change?
PHD CANDIDATE IN UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS—URBANA CHAMPAIGN During her adolescence, Esther met a girl in Kenya who struggled a whole day to get fresh drinking water. Looking at the girl, she wondered: Why do some children waste fresh water in luxury while other children suffer from drinking waste water? Why do some children get public … Continue reading Esther Lee’s Research Showcase: What does hydraulic redistribution tell us about how ecosystems respond to climate change?
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