Mountain Hydrology Research

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington


Jessica Lundquist

Nicoleta Cristea

Justin Pflug

Victoria Ly

Steven Pestana

Cassie Lumbrazo

Hannah Besso

Calista Moore

Joe Ammatelli



William "Ryan" Currier

Andri Gunnarsson

Susan Dickerson-Lange

Brian Henn

Karl Lapo

Mark Raleigh

Nic Wayand


Dylan Reynolds

Derek Beal

Shara Feld

Jenna Forsyth

Fred Lott

Kael Martin

Courtney Moore

Gwyn Perry


Hannah Hampson

Katie Knight

Max Mozer

Anthony Billet

Colin Butler

Alex Fisher

Eric Keenan

Adam Massmann

Sara Rose

Teddy Thorson

Postdocs and Visitors:

Jeff Deems

Jorg Helmschrot

University of Washington
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Box 352700
Seattle, WA 98195-2700

Fax: (206) 685-3836

Dylan Reynolds

Graduate Student

Dylan is a junior in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a minor in Physics. He is from Fall City, WA, and growing up at the foot of the cascades gave him a fondness for the mountains from an early age. Backpacking, and skiing have been his main form of getting around outside for years, but rock climbing has become a recent obsession. While Dylan enjoys the outdoors recreationally, he’s also fascinated by the processes that sustain them. Mountain glaciers and snowpack act as massive reservoirs that supply western Washington with a year-round supply of freshwater. It would cost billions to build artificial replacements, so he wants to quantify the benefits of preserving these natural resources. Dylan is also a member of the NASA Space Grant Scholarship group, and as the name implies, he love all things space related. There’s way more water up there!