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Ryan Mccutcheon

Researcher
Hydrology
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands

Biography

Ryan McCutcheon is a hydrologist at the USGS New Mexico Water Science Center. Ryan received a M.S. degree in Hydrologic Sciences from Boise State University. Since joining the USGS in 2016, Ryan has devoted his career to studying climate and surface processes, surface water hydrology, and hydrologic tracer analyses. He is also passionate about snow hydrology, education and outreach. Presently, his research focuses on ecohydrologic and water quality investigations in Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, as well as interactions between groundwater and surface water in the Rio San Jose Watershed.

Research Interest

climate and surface processes ecohydrology surface water hydrology stable isotope hydrology snow hydrology

Publications

  • Stable Isotopes Reveal a Disconnect Between Biotic and Abiotic Hydrological Processes in a Seasonally-Dry, Semi-Arid Watershed McCutcheon, Ryan James, "Stable Isotopes Reveal a Disconnect Between Biotic and Abiotic Hydrological Processes in a Seasonally-Dry, Semi-Arid Watershed" (2015). Boise State University Theses and Dissertations. 999.

  • An evaluation of the ecohydrological separation hypothesis in a semiarid catchment. Hydrological Processes. 2017;31:783–799 McCutcheon RJ, McNamara JP, Kohn MJ, Evans SL. An evaluation of the ecohydrological separation hypothesis in a semiarid catchment. Hydrological Processes. 2017;31:783–799.

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