Assistant Professor of Hydrology
College of Agricultural Sciences
301 Forest Resources Building
Jonathan Duncan, assistant professor of hydrology in the College of Agricultural Sciences’ Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, is interested in understanding how the biophysical template of watersheds affects the hydrologic transport and biogeochemical transformations of nutrients. He uses geospatial analysis, environmental sensors and modeling approaches to answer questions about nutrient transport and the resiliency of certain watersheds. He was most recently a member of the Institute for the Environment at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he received his doctorate in watershed hydrology and biogeochemistry.
Research includes work in water quality, biogeochemistry, hydrology, ecohydrology, watershed management, geomorphology, environmental science, soil science, geography, geographic information system, geoinformatics, water science