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EDUCATION

Ph.D., 2016: Civil Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA; Advisor – Dr. Michael N. Gooseff

M.S., 2012: Civil Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA; Advisor – Dr. Michael N. Gooseff; Thesis: Solute Transport Dynamics in Alaskan Arctic Tundra Streams

B.C.E., 2010: Civil Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2010 – present: Research Assistant, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

2012 – 2013: McMurdo LTER stream team member, McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica

2010 – 2012: Field Technician, ARCSS/Thermokarst Project, Toolik Field Station, AK

2010 – 2012: Field Research Assistant, Gooseff Arctic Hydrology Lab, Toolik Field Station, AK

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2012: CE462: Open Channel Hydraulics substitute instructor (1 month)

2011: CE462: Open Channel Hydraulics, project teaching assistant

2011: Hydrogeophysics Field Experience, field teaching assistant

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Wlostowski, AN, MN Gooseff, WB Bowden, W Wollheim, KA Whittinghill. 2012. Hydrogeomorphic contrast between inlet and outlet streams of a high arctic lake influence stream-groundwater exchange, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. H12B – 07

Wlostowski, AN, MN Gooseff, WB Bowden, W Wollheim, C Treat, M Herstand. 2011. What are the controls on surface and subsurface transient storage in Arctic tundra streams? American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. H34A – 06

Wlostowski, AN, MN Gooseff, WB Bowden, W Wollheim, C Treat, M Herstand, B McGlynn. 2010. Channel water balances in Arctic tundra streams: using permafrost to simplify a conceptual model of channel exchange. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. H31D – 1032

PUBLICATIONS

Wlostowski, AN, MN Gooseff, T Wagener. 2012 (in review). The influence of experimental design on parameter identifiability in a 1D transient storage model for stream solute transport. Water Resources Research

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