Dogil Lee is a Ph. D. student in the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department at the University of Florida. His research interests include field- and watershed scale modeling of the impacts of agricultural best management practices on water quality and quantity.
Sagarika Rath is a Ph. D. student in the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department at the University of Florida. Her research focuses on developing coupled crop production-hydrologic-water quality models to evaluate the economic-environmental tradeoffs associated with alternative land use and land management practices.
Nathan Reaver is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the UF Water Institute holds a B.S. and M.S. degree in Bioengineering from the University of Toledo. He earned his Ph.D. and M.E. in Environmental Engineering Sciences from the University of Florida in 2018. Nathan applies his multi-disciplinary experience to his research at the Water Institute, which focuses on understanding hydrological, ecological, and social dynamics in karst watersheds.
Rob de Rooij is an Assistant Research Scientist in the University of Florida Water Institute. His research includes development of numerical models for understanding the evolution of conduit networks in karst aquifers, predicting coupled conduit , subsurface matrix and surface flow and transport in karst systems, and developing efficient particle-tracking schemes for determining travel times and travel paths in coupled surface-subsurface hydrologic systems.
Andres Susaeta is an Assistant Research Scientist in Forest Resource Economics and Policy. His research interests include forest management under uncertainty and risk, forest optimization models, applied econometrics, climate change and forest-ecosystem services, and natural resource policy.