CEGE hydrologist's research could help protect Washington D.C. from future floods

Posted: January 5, 2021

CEGE assistant professor Jim Stagge's research focuses on hydrologic extremes and water resources management to decrease drought vulnerability. Stagge's lab developed a method of using data derived from tree rings to augment written records that documented past floods caused by the Potomac River, the central water source for Washington, D.C. and surrounding areas.

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Category: Research