- Senior Research Associate, Vörösmarty Lab, Environmental Sciences Initiative
Pamela Green, M.E. is a Senior Research Associate at the Environmental Sciences Initiative. She earned an M.E. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Florida in 1992 with directed study in surface water hydrology and water resource analysis. Ms. Green is a surface-water hydrologist and geospatial analyst with more than 15 years of experience with GIS and water-resource analysis.
Her current research focuses on continental to global scale modeling of surface water systems, including evaluating impacts of human perturbations across terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
She is part of projects investigating the impact of climate variability and human water pressure on the global hydrologic cycle, freshwater resources and freshwater biodiversity. Ms. Green has participated in the design and development of web-based tools to provide water managers and policy makers with information on freshwater resources and quantitative indicators for water resources condition and stress at the global, regional, river basin and country scales.
C. Martinez-Espinosa, S. Sauvage, A. Al Bitarb, P.A. Green, C.J. Vörösmarty, J.M. Sanchez-Pereza. Denitrification in Wetlands: A Review Towards a Quantification at Global Scale. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 754, 142398. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.142398.