Adam Wlostowski's Research Page
The uncertain fate of water resources is a major issue facing our planet. To address this challenge, my research looks at interactions between hydrological, ecological, and geological systems. My research interests are summarized by two guiding hypotheses:
H1: Hydrologically mediated fluxes of mass and energy control emergent ecological patterns.
H2: A watershed’s hydrological behavior arises from a historical coevolution between climatic, hydrological and geological systems.
January 25, 2019: Several exciting updates. First, my GRL paper has been officially published! Second, a collaborative paper with Dr. Tamara Harms at Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks has been accepted at Ecosystems! Early view link will be shared ASAP. Finally, several massively collaborative papers are approaching submission - stand by.
January 14, 2019: Happy New Year and new semester
December 21, 2018: Happy holidays!
December 20, 2018: New paper now in early view format.... check it! https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2018GL080369
December 11-13, 2018: Excited to be in Washington DC for the AGU Fall Meeting!
November 19, 2018: New paper accepted in Geophysical Research Letters on concentration-discharge relationships in Antarctic rivers! Stand by for early-view link....