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Wiring Soil Moisture Sensors in the Santa Rita Experimental Range

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Background

Born and raised in South Lake Tahoe, California. Graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of California, San Diego (2009) and a Masters of Science degree in Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering from Arizona State University (2013). Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering from Arizona State University.

Interests

Watershed hydrology, ecohydrology, woody plant encroachment, environmental sensor networks, geographic information systems, numerical modeling and remote sensing.

Current Projects

1. Ecohydrology of Semiarid Catchments with Woody Plant Encroachment in Arizona.

Contact Information

Email: npierini@asu.edu
Office: ISTB4-768
Phone: 480-727-3572
CV: Download Curriculum Vitae


Rio San Miguel Watershed
UMB-WEST 2014