Kimberly Samuels-Crow

Kimberly is an Assistant Research Professor in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems at NAU and the T3 Program Coordinator. Kimberly uses stable isotopes to trace a range of environmental processes, including large-scale atmospheric moisture dynamics and local land-atmosphere interactions. She is currently working on projects related to water sources for drought-stressed trees around the Colorado Plateau and quantifying antecedent environmental drivers and their time-scales of influence on ecosystem water and CO2 fluxes. For more information, please see Kimberly’s CVResearchgate profile , Google scholar, or you can contact Kym via email at ‘Kimberly [DOT] Samuels [AT] nau [DOT] edu’.