Julianne Davis

Julianne Davis

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Julianne Davis is a Ph.D. student in the Global Hydrology Lab at UNC Chapel Hill and a NSF Graduate Research Fellow. This is her second year in AGU H3S. She received a BA in Geological Sciences from the State University of New York at Geneseo where she studied impact craters at the landing site of NASA’s InSight mission to Mars and a MS in Earth Sciences from Syracuse University, where she used UAVs to examine beaver-related stream restoration projects. Her current research uses remote sensing and hydrodynamic modeling to study hydrology, sediment transport and geomorphology in rivers and deltas, focusing on sub-Arctic regions. Outside of work, she is usually exploring different parks, hiking, reading non-fiction, or trying to become a better cook.


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