List of selected presentations at scientific and professional meetings:
Diversity in the Water Resources Profession: A Transboundary Adventure. Oregon Chapter – American Fisheries Society (2017) Bend, OR, USA.
Overview of Airborne Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing Applications in Alaska. Alaska Survey and Mapping Conference (2017), Anchorage, AK, USA.
Assessing the Results of Restoration Projects: Using Airborne Thermal Infrared Imagery of Streams and Rivers. River Restoration Northwest Annual Symposium (2015), Stevenson, WA.
Shared resources in contested lands: Israel and Palestine through photography, conversation, and different perspectives, the Arts Work Project (2014), Chicago, IL, USA.
Reflections on the Water Surface: Personal and Professional Insights from Studying Transboundary Watersheds in Palestine, Israel, and USA (2014). Israeli and Palestinian Waterways, UC Berkeley, CA.
Comparison between restoring stream meanders and replanting riparian vegetation on stream temperature in the Middle Fork John Day River, Oregon (2014). River Restoration Northwest Annual Symposium, Stevenson, WA.
Comparison between restoring stream meanders and replanting riparian vegetation on stream temperature in the Middle Fork John Day River, Oregon (2013). American Geophysics Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
What Matters Most: Are Summer Stream Temperatures More Sensitive to Changing Air Temperature, Changing Discharge, or Changing Riparian Vegetation under Future Climates (2013). River Restoration Northwest Annual Symposium, Stevenson, WA.
Transboundary river management flows both ways: water management collaboration for water quality under a changing climate. Water Security Conference - 2ND graduate student workshop on Transboundary water management and governance (2012), Jerusalem, Israel.
What matters most: are summer stream temperatures more sensitive to changing air temperature, changing discharge, or changing riparian vegetation under future climates? AGU Fall meeting (2012), San Francisco, CA, USA
Climate Change and River Temperature Sensitivity to Warmer Nighttime vs. Warmer Daytime Air Temperatures. AGU, Fall meeting (2011), San Francisco, CA, USA.
Transboundary Water Quantity & Quality Agreements: Lessons from Around the World. Arizona Water Resources, (Fall 2009), Tuscon, AZ, USA.