Katherine L. Meierdiercks

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Sciences

Phone: (518) 782‑6936
Email: kmeierdiercks@siena.edu

Kate L. Meierdiercks

Degrees:

Ph.D. Princeton University
M.A. Princeton University
B.S. Tufts University

What I love about Siena:

Professional Experience:

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Sciences Siena College 2015 - Now
Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Studies Siena College 2009 - Now
Lecturer, Princeton University Writing Program Princeton University 2007 - 2009
Assistant Master, Butler Residential College Princeton University 2006 - 2006
Residence Coordinator, Freshman Scholars Institute Princeton University 2006 - 2006
Teaching Assistant, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Princeton University 2004 - 2006
Research Assistant, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Princeton University 2002 - 2009
Research Assistant, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Tufts University 2002 - 2002
Program Co-Coordinator, Freshman Wilderness Orientation Tufts University 2002 - 2002

Heterogeneity of Hydrologic Response in Urban Watersheds
Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA)
2010
Analyses of Urban Drainage Network Structure and its Impact on Hydrologic Response
Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA)
2010
Radar rainfall estimation for Flash Flood forecasting in small urban watersheds
Advances in Water Resources
2007
Flash Flood Forecasting for Small Urban Watersheds In the Baltimore Metropolitan Region
Weather and Forecasting
2007
Field studies of the storm event hydrologic response in an urbanizing watershed
Water Resources Research
2005
Extraordinary ood response of a small urban watershed to short-duration convective rainfall
Journal of Hydrometeorology
2005
 
category: Service-Professional
Tufts University Water: Systems, Science, and Society Program, 2012
category: Teaching
Teaching Award Recipient, Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni, 2009
category: Research
Fellow, National Water Research Institute, 2007
category: Research
Fellow, National Water Research Institute, 2006
category: Teaching
Teaching Award Recipient, Princeton Engineering Council, 2006
category: Other
Invited Speaker, American Geophysical Union Fall 2006 conference, 2006
category: Teaching
Teaching Award Nominee, Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni, 2006
category: Other
Invited Speaker, Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH, 2005
Extreme Flooding in Urban Environments: Analyses from the Baltimore Ecosystem Study
2009
European Geophysical Union, Unknown, Unknown
Flood Response Along a Drainage Network
2007
American Geophysical Union, Unknown, Unknown