[Image description: Devin stands on a wooden bridge above a small mountain stream running below him in the Mount Rainier area in Washington]
I am a fifth-year PhD candidate at the University of Oregon in the department of Geography, and I participate as part of both the “River Rats” lab and the Science, Environment, and Society lab in the Department of Geography. My topical interests include critical physical geography, environmental hazards, geomorphology, political ecology, hydrology, and remote sensing. My research for my PhD is examining science-policy interaction in the production of flood maps for the US National Flood Insurance Program. If you have any questions about my work, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Below is a transcript and link to video for my virtual talk for AAG 2020:
For more academic info about me, please see my CV below: