Ben is helping to develop new hydrological sensors for our PULSE lab and is in charge of installing them all across Africa.
Keita is interested in the influence of soil phenomena on large-scale hydrological processes in drylands.
Hilary is studying for an MSE focused on the environmental sensor technologies for the developing world
Cynthia is interested in plant water use in temperate forests and in applying geophysical techniques to the study of the environment.
Stephanie is working on a PhD focused on the hydrological determinants of small-holder agricultural resilience in Zambia
Patrick is applying his interests in soil science, environmental chemistry, and hydrology to addressing issues of environmental degradation and underdevelopment, especially in Africa.
Adam is leading our PULSE Lab efforts as well as work looking into how spatial competition for soil moisture affects drought responses in forest communities
Lyndon is working on issues related to climate variability, and food security in subsistence dryland agricultural regions of sub-Saharan Africa.
Keir remains involved in our group while also working at the Environmental Consultancy firm, S.S. Papadopulos & Associates.
Frances is now at Northern Arizona University for a postdoc working on fire and carbon dynamics of juniper woodlands.
Kelly is the director of the Princeton Ecohydrology Lab.
Drew is studying the effects of hydrologic variability on food security in Kenya.
Ida wrote her thesis on the use of catalytic convertors for removing organics from vapor samples when conducting laser-based spectroscopy of water vapor isotopes. She is currently a fellow in the Princeton in Africa program.
Alice was a research intern in our lab during the summer of 2011 and a thesis student during the 2011-2012 academic year. She wrote her thesis on methods for real-time characterization of the isotopic composition of plant transpiration fluxes.
Diana studied the role that roots play in determining seasonal patterns of water redistribution.
Molly is currently living and working in sunny southern California, where she is a member of the data team for Factual software.
Stephen’s thesis was on the development of a low-cost disdrometer for agricultural monitoring in sub-Saharan Africa.
Lixin is now an Assistant Professor at IUPUI.
Lizzie King is now an Assistant Professor in the Odum School of Ecology at the University of Georgia
Trenton received his PhD in 2011. He has just accepted a faculty position at the University of Nebraska, where he will be an Assistant Professor of Hydrogeophyiscs in the School of Natural Resources starting this fall (2013).
Moses is a lab assistant in the Princeton Ecohydrology Lab facility at the Mpala Research Center
Kaiyu received his PhD in 2013 and is now doing a postdoc with Dave Lobell at Stanford University.
Rodrigo was an intern working with us in 2010 on our root excavation project. His duties included excavations and chief operator of the camp’s vuvuzela.
Jeremy was a PEI intern involved in our root excavation work during the summer of 2010.
Alex received his MSE in 2008 and is currently teaching high school math in Washington, D.C.
John manages the Princeton Ecohydrolgy Lab facility at the Mpala Research Center
Stephen received his PhD in 2013. He is currently a postdoc at the University of Utah, working with Gabe Bowen.
Boniface is a laboratory assistant in the Princeton Ecohydrolgy Lab facility at the Mpala Research Center
Ekomwa is our field research assistant at the Mpala Research Center
Garth received an MS degree from the Department of Geography at Indiana University. he is currently a PhD Candidate at UMBC.
Abi received his MS degree from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. He is currently a PhD Candidate in the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia.