Historical Trends in Agricultural Water Use: A California Case Study (MS ’12)
Morgan’s fields of study include earth systems science, hydrology, and statistics. Morgan’s research interests are the ‘water-agriculture-climate’ nexus, and research subject areas include eco-hydrology and hydroclimatology, agricultural water management, irrigation, water use efficiency and productivity, and climate change impacts and adaptation. Morgan is the recipient of awards including the NSF-GRFP, EPA-STAR, Fulbright, NSF-EAPSI, and IIASSA-YSSP. Morgan previously worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Water Program, the Pacific Institute, and the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA). Morgan holds a M.A. in Statistics (2013) and a M.S. in Energy and Resources (2012) from UC Berkeley, and received her B.A. in Geography from Sarah Lawrence College (2005).