Sebastian Munoz

Sebastian is a PhD student and Presidential Fellow at Brown University in the Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences (DEEPS). He spends his time thinking about, studying, and boating on rivers. He is interested in using water chemistry measurements paired with geospatial analysis to understand how weathering and carbon fluxes will change in landscapes experiencing permafrost thaw and deglaciation. Previous work includes studying rock glaciers’ contributions to river flows in northern Chile, and understanding surface water and groundwater interactions downstream of a dam in the Colorado River near Austin, TX. Sebastian received a BS in Hydrogeology with Honors and a BA in Plan II Honors from the University of Texas in 2018.

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