Jody has an interdisciplinary background in environmental sciences and engineering, with a focus on hydrological processes and sediment transport. Prior to her employment at Stone Environmental, she developed and applied a model for simulating geotechnical failure of streambanks in the context of distributed watershed modeling. She made critical contributions to building an integrated assessment model for understanding the role of climate change on nutrient and sediment fluxes in the Lake Champlain Basin. Her expertise includes small scale model applications as well as broad understanding of environmental topics.
Years of Experience 8
Years at Stone 1
Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2016, University of Vermont – “Sediment Mobilization from Streambank Failures: Model Development and Climate Impact Studies”
M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2012, University of Vermont
B.S., Environmental Science, 2004, University of Miami