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Zach Perzan

Research Asst - Graduate, Earth System Science
I’m currently a PhD candidate in Earth System Science at Stanford University. I use modern data science techniques to better understand the environmental processes affecting water quality.

This broad topic includes research projects in several different areas:

1. Building a data-driven water quality model that can make predictions in real time based on in situ sensor observations
2. Understanding seasonal contaminant cycling in a uranium-contaminated floodplain in Wyoming
3. Modeling the impact of managed aquifer recharge on groundwater quality in California’s Central Valley
4. Analyzing the financial cost of EPA drinking water quality violations through 10+ years of consumer purchasing data


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