Research Technician III
I am excited to be working on the EPSCoR aquatic sensor network project, which will establish an easily accessible and real-time hydrochemical data set for streams systems across a variety of land use types within the state of New Hampshire.
MSc – Natural Resources – Aquatic Ecology and Watershed Science, The University of Vermont
BSc – Environmental Science – Hydrology and Hydrogeology, Plattsburgh State University
Biogeochemistry of surface waters and the use of emerging technologies in monitoring stream hydrochemical data.
Snyder, L., Potter, J.D., and McDowell, W.H. (2018). An evaluation of nitrate, fDOM, and turbidity sensors in New Hampshire Streams. Water Resources Research. 54.https://doi.org/10.1002/2017WR020678
Koenig, L.E., Shattuck, M.D., Snyder, L. E., Potter, J.D., and McDowell, W.H. (2017).Deconstructing the effects of flow on DOC, nitrate, and major ion interactions using a high-frequency aquatic sensor network. Water Resources Research. 53. 10655-10673. doi:10.1002/2017WR020739
Hunt, C.W., Snyder, L., Salisbury, J.E., Vandemark, D., and McDowell, W.H. (2017).SIPCO2: A simple, inexpensive surfacewater pCO2 sensor. Limnology & Oceanography:Methods. 15. 29-301. doi:10.1002/lom3.10157
Snyder, L., and Bowden, W.B. (2014). Nutrient dynamics in an oligotrophicarctic stream monitored in situ by wet chemistry methods. Water Resources Research. 50. 2039–2049, doi:10.1002/ 2013WR014317