Dr. Pretzlav is a geomorphologist and hydrologist, with expertise in quantitative sediment transport, channel evolution/morphology, and flood hydrology. Her environmental and quantitative background is combined with data science experience to thoroughly investigate restoration, flood control, groundwater, and climate change questions, often leveraging large datasets. Other experience includes sediment transport monitoring, bedload tracer studies, and flood flow monitoring. Kealie leads many of the large-scale climate change projects relating to California’s water supply questions, often linked to ecosystem and habitats, as well as groundwater and surface water availability. When she’s not in the office, most likely she’s climbing, hiking, crafting, singing, cooking, or eating.