Adam Wlostowski's Research Page
Adam researches the interactions between hydrologic systems and ecosystems, in the context of surface water - groundwater exchange, global climate change, land-atmosphere interactions, and hydrologic connectivity. Currently, Adam is a PhD student, advised by Dr Michael N. Gooseff, at the University of Colorado, Boulder and works as a research assistant at the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research. Adam is an active member of the American Geophysical Union Hydrology Section, serving as a member of the Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee. Living in Boulder Colorado, Adam enjoys trout fishing, bicycling, and hiking in his free time.