Welcome to my research blog! My name is Michael Koohafkan. I am a PhD student in Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Group at the University of California Davis working with John Largier. I research sediment transport, ecohydraulics and stochastic hydrology in fluvial and coastal systems. I also have a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of California Berkeley, where I researched fog hydrology and applications of distributed environmental sensor networks for climatological studies, so you’ll see a few posts about that too.
I will use this blog in part to disseminate my research findings, but also as a place to discuss works in progress, share problem solving strategies (including code!) and talk about the trials and tribulations of pursuing a PhD in hydrologic sciences. I hope you will check back often!