Moffett Research Lab
The overarching question pursued by the Moffett Research Lab:
How do spatial and temporal variations in water flows relate to the structure, function, and stability of plant communities, aquatic ecosystems, and the human environment?
Led by Dr. Kevan Moffett with Washington State University Vancouver, the Moffett Research Lab (or the WSU Ecohydrology Research Group) conducts basic research on the hydraulics of the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum, environmental biophysics modeling, and methodological developments.
We use field studies, numerical modeling, remote sensing analysis, and laboratory experimentation to answer compelling and important research questions from plant and pore to planetary scales. We are always open to new and exciting ideas, collaborations, and methods.
For more information, see https://labs.wsu.edu/ecohydrology/
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