Member Since 2016
Brendan J. Moran
Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Professional Experience
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Postdoctoral Research Associate
2022 - Present
University of Massachusetts Amherst
PhD Candidate/Research Assistant
2015 - 2023
TRC Environmental
Environmental Geologist|Engineer
2014 - 2015
Horizon Well Logging, LLC
Well-site geologist/Field Geologist
2012 - 2014
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Education
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Doctorate
2022
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Masters
2017
St Lawrence University
Bachelors
2010
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Publications
AGU Abstracts
Quantifying Basin-Scale Water Availability in the High and Dry Andes of South America in the Context of Lithium Mining
ADVANCEMENTS IN WATERSHED MODELING TO SUPPORT WATER MANAGEMENT I POSTER
hydrology | 13 december 2023
Alexander Kirshen, Brendan J. Moran, David F. Bout...
Lithium-ion batteries are a key component of the renewable energy transition. Demand for lithium is expected to increase as much as 40x over the comin...
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Identifying Groundwater Rise Risk Zones Through Numerical Modeling
ADVANCEMENTS IN MONITORING, MODELING, AND PREDICTION OF HYDROLOGICAL EXTREMES AND THEIR ADAPTATIONS III POSTER
hydrology | 11 december 2023
Daniel Corkran, David F. Boutt, Brendan J. Moran, ...
Climate modeling predicts that baseline annual precipitation in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will swell by up to 13% by 2050 and up to 16% by the...
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Distinct hydrologic pathways regulate perennial surface water dynamics in a hyperarid basin
ADVANCES IN ECOHYDROLOGY OF WATER-LIMITED ENVIRONMENTS II POSTER
hydrology | 11 december 2023
Sarah V. McKnight, David F. Boutt, Lee Ann Munk, B...
In the water-stressed, high-elevation basins of the Altiplano-Puna region, questions mount over the impacts climate-driven perturbations on groundwate...
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