PhD Candidate, Water and Land Resources, University of Alberta
Canadian, living in Calgary, Canada
Amy is a hydrologist interested in how water moves through a landscape; a curiosity sparked as a farm kid. Previous work has taken Amy to the Canadian Rocky Mountains and Tierra del Fuego. Her passion is to understand the hydrological and ecological processes that underlie the structure and function of ecosystems to solve complex watershed management issues to ensure water security and forest integrity into the future. Amy recognized that forests need more women to speak up for them. When not listening to trees, Amy adventures in a canoe or on skis, and knits when it is too cold outside.