Ask an expert: SEAS Associate Professor Drew Gronewold discusses water and hydrology
Where do people get their water? Why is the Colorado River always in the news? How will climate change impact the Great Lakes? Water is often more complex than it seems. Its management systems, hydrological processes, and overall preservation require intricate knowledge and understanding.
Associate Professor Drew Gronewold from the University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) sat down to provide insight into some of the most-searched and frequently-asked questions pertaining to water and hydrology, a field in which he has extensive research experience.
Along with his SEAS appointment, Gronewold holds an adjunct position in the U-M Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Prior to working at the university, he worked in the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory as a hydrologist and physical scientist