Associate Professor, Civil & Envr Engineering

PACCAR 352, WSU Pullman, Pullman, WA 99164

(509) 335-7751

Jennifer Adam is an Associate Professor of Hydrology and Water Resources in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at WSU Pullman. Her research focuses on the connections between hydrology, climate, land use, and ecological processes at watershed to continental scales.  Jenny joined the Water Research Center as Associate Director in 2014, but has been involved in center research since 2009. She is currently leading the development of a computer modeling framework, “BioEarth,” that engages faculty and students in atmospheric sciences, biological systems, communications, computer sciences, earth and environmental sciences, and economics. Jenny applies the BioEarth models over the Columbia River Basin to inform sustainable management of our natural resources.