Researching the connections between ecohydrological processes and human interactions in an ever-changing climate.
We investigate land use effects on ecological and hydrological processes and interactions.
We study surface water and groundwater relationships in watersheds and riparian areas.
We use a systems approach to enhance base knowledge regarding watershed-riparian function.
We collaborate with multiple stakeholders including producers, state and federal agency personnel, and researchers from various institutions.
Dr. Carlos Ochoa is a faculty member (and can take graduate students) in:
Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences (Rangeland Sciences)
Water Resources Graduate Program (Water Resources Science)
Environmental Sciences Graduate Program (Environmental Sciences)