Associate Professor Sarah Null
Environmental Decision Support Systems
My research addresses the potential to protect aquatic ecosystems while maintaining water resource benefits for people in water scarce regions, particularly the American West. Ongoing research includes improving aquatic habitat objectives in water resources systems models, evaluating tradeoffs between human and environmental water uses with uncertainty, and identifying climate adaptations for water systems. Systems modeling, mathematical modeling, and field studies are methods I use to improve understanding of systems and explore promising solutions to problems. My research informs river restoration and water resources decision-making to enhance water sustainability in an uncertain future.
Sarah has 20 years experience working throughout the Great Basin from eastern California to the west-slope of the Wasatch.
- Post-doc 2008-2011 University of California, Davis
- Ph.D. 2008 Geography, University of California, Davis
- MA 2003 Geography, University of California, Davis
- BA 1998 International Economics, University of California, Los Angeles