Colorado State University
Ph.D. Student, Watershed Science (Colorado State University), M.S., Watershed Science (Colorado State University), B.S., Humboldt State University
Rosie (Rosemary) Records is a PhD student in watershed science (geosciences) and fellow in the Integrated Water, Atmosphere, Ecosystems Education and Research Program (I-WATER) program at Colorado State University. Her research interests include effects of hydroclimatic change on riparian and wetland ecosystems and landscape controls on stream water quality, and hydrologic modeling to better understand both subjects--particularly in the semi-arid Western U.S. She holds an MS in watershed science from Colorado State University and a BS with honors in wildland soil science from Humboldt State University. She is also strongly interested in promoting the success of women and other under-represented groups in the sciences and is an officer in the Northern Colorado Chapter of Graduate Women in Science.