Will Tintor

About Will Tintor

Will Tintor is a Ph.D student in the School of Geography and Development and the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. His research focuses on the reconstruction of past hydrologic systems using tree-ring records and the application of this paleoclimate knowledge to better inform our modern water management systems. He has previously worked at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a hydrologist focusing on water rights and wetland restoration projects on the Rio Grande.

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Will Tintor
PhD Student, Graduate Research Assistant at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research

Degree(s)

M.W.R. Water Resources,
University of New Mexico, 2017

B.S. Environmental Geosciences
University of Notre Dame, 2012