- Assistant Scientist, Kansas Geological Survey
1930 Constant Avenue
Lawrence, KS 66047
Sam is an interdisciplinary water scientist specializing in the ecohydrology and hydrogeology of agricultural and urban landscapes. Areas of expertise include agrohydrology, stream-aquifer interactions, and interactions between humans and the water cycle. Sam leads the HydroEcology of Anthropogenic Landscapes group at the Kansas Geological Survey and is always interested in working with students, so drop him an email if you'd like to learn more!