This year I talked about tree water use during snowmelt and rehydration in the boreal forest at the  "H106 - Stable Isotopes in the Critical Zone: Methods, Applications, and Process Interpretations I session". Although it was an unusual year, we had great discussions in our session. If you have not attended AGU or our session, please check our presentation.


I was one of the recipients of a Horton Research Grant at the 2019 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, USA.

AGU's Hydrology Section awards Horton Research Grants with the purpose to promote excellence through encouragement of the next generation of professionals in the hydrological sciences.

During the xxxx session I shared recent results about our SPIKE II experiment. We showed through the combination of stable isotopes of hydrogen and oxygen and 


I was awarded the International Society for Horticultural Science Young Minds Award for best poster presentation at the IX International Workshop on Sap Flow (October, 2019).

Best oral presentation award at SENS Symposium

During the 


World Water Day: 3rd place on poster presentation