Bio


Ian is a 5th year Ph.D. Student in the Environmental Geophysics group lead by Rosemary Knight. He is researching ways to use geophysical methods to reduce the uncertainty in management decisions. His research focuses on finding effective ways to relate the geophysical properties we measure to the groundwater properties and processes that we care about. His thesis investigates a method to combine the geophysical method of airborne electromagnetics with numerical groundwater models to better understand seawater intrusion.

Check out the "Research & Scholarship" tab and the Stanford GEM Center Website for more info!

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  • Integrating Non-Colocated Well and Geophysical Data to Capture Subsurface Heterogeneity at an Aquifer Recharge and Recovery Site Journal of Hydrology Gottschalk, I. P., Hermans, T., Knight, R., Caers, J., Cameron, D. A., Regnery, J., McCray, J. E. 2017; 555: 407-419