Hi, I'm Tiffany G. Wilson, a postoctoral researcher at the Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory of the US Department of Agriculture. My current work focuses on gaining insights from measured soil moisture, energy flux, and meteorological data to inform decision making in the irrigation of industrial vineyards.

Prior to joining the USDA, I earned my Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering. I specialized in Hydrology and Fluid Dynamics with a general interest in the dynamics of water resources. Specifically, my research concerned the potential changes in water availability in the water-limited ecosystem of Sardinia, Italy, which is representative of Mediterranean climates. 

In 2007 I graduated from Princeton University with a B.S.E. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, and before heading to Duke I spent two years working as an environmental engineering consultant.

Contact Information:
tiffanygwilson (at) gmail (dot) com