Scott Jasechko is an assistant professor of water resources at the University of Calgary. He completed his masters at the University of Waterloo and his doctorate at the University of New Mexico before joining the University of Calgary in January of 2015. Scott’s research focuses on fresh water resources, and uses large datasets to understand how rain and snow transform into river water and groundwater resources. Scott is an active member of the American Geophysical Union. His work has been recognized by numerous early career awards, including the Young Scientist Award from the Canadian Geophysical Union (2016) and the Horton Hydrology Research Award from the American Geophysical Union (2013).