Thank you for visiting my home on the web. These pages contain general information about my research and related interests. I study the interactions between water, land, climate, and humans primarily using biophysical models and field monitoring. I also utilize integrated scenarios (qualitative and quantitative) as a tool to explore possible futures of complex social-ecological systems at the watershed scale with a focus on the food-energy-water nexus. My research involves a strong public outreach component not only to disseminate relevant findings but to better understand local knowledge, experiences, and perspectives related to water and land. I also enjoy teaching and working with students on these critical issues.