PhD Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA 1998
MS Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 1994
BS Mechanical Engineering, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 1992
Concurrent University Appointments
- Professor, High Meadows Environmental Institute
Honors, Awards, DISTINCTIONS
2020 Distinguished Henry Darcy Lecturer
American Geophysical Union, Fellow (2019)
2018 Boussinesq Lecturer
Belle van Zuylen Chair (visiting), University of Utrecht.
Dr. Reed Maxwell’s research interests center on understanding how much terrestrial freshwater we have on earth and how fast this is being replenished or depleted. This focuses on hard problems in hydrology that include groundwater, evapotranspiration and snow. His research focus on understanding connections within the hydrologic cycle and how they relate to water quantity and quality under anthropogenic stresses. His research group uses a broad range of approaches to study these questions, including integrated hydrologic modeling, field observations and remote sensing products.
CEE 586 Physical Hydrology