Environmental Science, Hydrology and GIS Minor
Oregon State University
Email: johy_at_ oregonstate _dot_ edu
Kevin Jo is a senior at Oregon State University, specializing in Environmental Science with a minor in Hydrology and GIS. His passion for snow hydrology has led him to pursue in-depth research and study in this field. Kevin is dedicated to understanding the intricate processes and dynamics of snowpack, with a particular interest in its impact on water resources and ecosystem sustainability. When he’s not immersed in his studies or conducting fieldwork, Kevin enjoys exploring snowy landscapes and embracing the serenity they offer. His enthusiasm for snow hydrology spills over into his personal life, where he actively engages in discussions and stays up to date with the latest developments in the field.
snow hydrology, machine learning, data assimilation, water resources management, water supply forecasting
Examining the Relationships between Snowpack, Precipitation Phase, and Streamflow; This study investigates the relationship between snowpack, precipitation phase, and river streamflow using data from the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest. Building upon previous research, the study explores the impact of interannual shifts from snow to rain precipitation on streamflow.