Professor of Watershed Hydrology & Biogeosciences
Our field-based research focuses on the spatial and temporal scaling of hydrological and ecological processes across natural and disturbed watersheds and stream networks.
In The News
Kaiser, KE, McGlynn, BL, and Dore, JE. "Landscape analysis of soil methane flux across complex terrain." Biogeosciences 15, no. 10 (May 25, 2018): 3143-3167.
Seybold, E, and McGlynn, B. "Hydrologic and biogeochemical drivers of dissolved organic carbon and nitrate uptake in a headwater stream network." Biogeochemistry 138, no. 1 (March 1, 2018): 23-48.
Smith, T, Marshall, L, and McGlynn, B. "Typecasting catchments: Classification, directionality, and the pursuit of universality." Advances in Water Resources 112 (February 2018): 245-253.
Zimmer, MA, and McGlynn, BL. "Lateral, Vertical, and Longitudinal Source Area Connectivity Drive Runoff and Carbon Export Across Watershed Scales (Accepted)." Water Resources Research (January 1, 2018).
Zimmer, MA, and McGlynn, BL. "Bidirectional stream-groundwater flow in response to ephemeral and intermittent streamflow and groundwater seasonality." Hydrological Processes 31, no. 22 (October 30, 2017): 3871-3880.
Macrosystems, Collaborative Research: Defining Stream Biomes Beyond the Steady State awarded by National Science Foundation
Mountain top mining effects on watershed hydrology and biogeochemistry awarded by National Science Foundation
Human and Natural Forcings of Critical Zone Dynamics and Evolution at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory awarded by National Science Foundation
Soil Carbon Transformation in Heterogeneous Landscapes: Implications for Soil, Water and Air awarded by University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
area(s) of expertiseBiogeochemistry Earth Surface Processes Ecology Geomorphology Geospatial Technologies Global Change Ecology Hydrology Land Use Soil Science Water Quality Wetland Ecology Advisor: EOS Doctoral Program Advisor: UPE Doctoral Program
3115 Environment Hall
Durham, NC 27708
Box 90328, Environment Hall 3115
Durham, NC 27708-0328
Ph.D., State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (2002)
M.S., State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (1997)
A.B., Gettysburg College (1993)