Kristie Franz

Associate Professor

The primary goal of our research group is to advance the methods used for predicting hydrologic processes on short to long time horizons through improved understanding and representation of hydrologic variability and uncertainty.
Topics of interest include: Snow and rainfall-runoff modeling, hydrologic applications of remote sensing data, climate and land use impacts on the hydrologic cycle, and probabilistic streamflow and water supply forecasting.

More about Dr. Franz

Area of Expertise: 
Surface Water Hydrology
Ph.D. ( Civil Engineering), 2006, University of California-Irving
M.S. ( Hydrology and Water Resources), 2001, University of Arizona
B.S. (Geology ), 1995, University Wisconsin- Eau Claire
3023 Agronomy
Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa