School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences


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  • Nathan Dadap

    Nathan Dadap

    Ph.D. Student in Earth System Science

    BioNathan Dadap is a PhD student in Professor Alexandra Konings’ Group in the Earth System Science Department at Stanford University. He is interested in using remote sensing to better understand peatland hydrology - an important control on fire risk and carbon emissions. Currently, Nathan is working on a research project relating soil moisture and fire in Equatorial Asia. Prior to graduate school, Nathan worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on hazardous waste issues. Nathan holds a BS in Applied Physics from Columbia University.

  • Frances Davenport

    Frances Davenport

    Ph.D. Student in Earth System Science

    BioFrances studies hydroclimate in the Department of Earth System Science at Stanford University. She is interested in how climate change will affect water availability, precipitation extremes, and flooding, as well as the impacts of extreme events on society. She is also interested in understanding the efficacy of various adaptation strategies for managing hydrologic extremes (for example, floods and droughts). Previously, Frances worked as a civil engineer on a variety of flood risk reduction and ecosystem restoration projects in Colorado and around the U.S. You can visit her personal website here: https://fdavenport.github.io

  • Bertrand Delorme

    Bertrand Delorme

    Ph.D. Student in Earth System Science

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsIn this work, I investigate how surface-generated equatorial waves could drive abyssal mixing in the ocean through a mechanism of near-bottom wave trapping as a result of the horizontal component of the Earth’s rotation.

  • Hailey Deres

    Hailey Deres

    Masters Student in Earth Systems

    BioThis year, Hailey is a senior on the Oceans and Climate track of Earth Systems. She was born and raised in New England but relocated to Dallas at age 10, and she's missed the coast ever since. Hailey loves all things related to the sea, but she is particularly interested in the cultural ties that have historically drawn communities to the ocean and the education necessary to facilitate global cooperation. She is entering her senior year following a quarter spent at the Hopkins Marine Station in Monterey and a summer filled with research on abalone physiology and their physical distribution. During her senior year, Hailey will be pursuing an honors thesis focusing on abalone and their possible responses to projected oceanic change. She spends most of her free time baking, listening to podcasts, and trying to convince everyone to go to trivia night with her.

  • Ricardo Huntemann Deucher

    Ricardo Huntemann Deucher

    Ph.D. Student in Petroleum Engineering

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy research interests are on reservoir simulation and modeling of reactive flow in porous media. More specifically, I am working on adaptive and multiscale solution strategies for single and two-phase reactive flow problems.

  • noah dewar

    noah dewar

    Ph.D. Student in Geophysics

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsStudying aquifer systems and groundwater transport using airborne geophysical methods with an aim to improve and aid sustainable groundwater management practices at a local and state level.