Joey is a geologist and environmental scientist working on everything from geomorphic monitoring to stream restoration and carbon sequestration data analysis. His interests stem from contentious phenomena within the critical zone ranging from feedbacks between geomorphic and biotic processes to the evolution of rock particle size from bedrock to riverbed. Joey focuses on fluvial and hillslope geomorphology, and how discreet geomorphic processes influence ecology in and around riparian systems. In his free time, he is often working on musical arrangements or spending time outdoors with his cattle dog.
Education: B.S., Geology