Our research lab studies the exchange of momentum, energy, and mass between the Earth’s surfaces and the lower atmosphere. These exchanges are crucial parts of improving our predictive understanding of the Earth system under climate change. Our overarching research goal is to better understand the mechanisms and processes of flows and transfer of various scalars in the atmospheric boundary layer, as well as how land-atmosphere interactions affect the hydrologic cycle. We are interested in both the built and natural environments. If you have a solid quantitative background and would like to apply your skillsets for interdisciplinary problems in environmental fluid mechanics, hydrology, and atmospheric sciences, please do not hesitate to reach out to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) for graduate and post-doctoral opportunities.