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Meet our newest assistant professor:


Nate Bogie:

"I study subsurface hydrology. My research is mostly focused on the unsaturated zone and the interactions of organic matter and physical (hydraulic) properties that occur in unsaturated soils as a result of plants and changing environmental conditions. The work that I do integrates principles from hydrogeology, soil hydrology, and soil science. Some of the larger questions I seek to answer relate to how changing surface conditions affect deep percolation and groundwater recharge as well as how plants behave under extreme drought stress. I use stable isotopes and a mixture of field and lab work to investigate these questions." Photo of Nate Bogie