Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas
Tom Glose is a postdoctoral researcher at the Kansas Geological Survey where he studies how water resources and the ecosystems that depend on them respond to human- and climate-induced changes. His current research investigates stakeholder-driven groundwater conservation strategies in western Kansas. Tom received his Ph.D. in Geology from the University at Buffalo where his research focused on novel uses and limitations of heat as a tracer to quantify environmental flows. During his free time, Tom can be found playing soccer, biking, or at a local brewery.