J. Michael Daniels
Associate Professor and Environmental Science Director
2002 PhD, Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1997 MS, Geography, Louisiana State University
1994 BA, Geography and English, University of California-Berkeley
I am a physical geographer and geomorphologist with research interests in fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, late Quaternary environmental change, alluvial stratigraphy, floodplain pedogenesis, geoarchaeology, and human modifications of river systems. My work investigates the development and behavior of geomorphic systems over timescales ranging from decades to several millennia.