Joseph is a watershed hydrologist with experience studying land-use practices and patterns to inform environmental management. The major themes of Joseph’s work are: Improving the hydrologic characterization and understanding of land-use practices and patterns; linking the composition and structure of landscapes to ecological function; and identifying pollutant sources, transport, and transformation mechanisms. Joseph studied Environmental Engineering at the University of Florida and got a PhD from the University of North Carolina in Ecology. Joseph is currently living in North Carolina where he enjoys hiking, kayaking, and woodworking.
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