Research Scientist and Adjunct Professor, UC Merced
Dr. Safeeq's research broadly focuses on measuring, understanding, and modeling the patterns of water availability under current and future climate. He has lead several projects investigating the role of geology and subsurface plumbing and other hydrologic controls crucial for quantifying and predicting the impacts of climate change on future water supply. More recently, his research has been focused on evaluating watershed restoration impacts on forest health and water quality/quantity. For more information on Dr. Safeeq and his research, visit the website link below. Dr. Safeeq is Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator) responsible for the project planning and implementation, along with co-advising students and postdocs, and leading headwater modeling.