Ingrid M Tohver is a research scientist for the Climate Impacts Group (CIG) at the University of Washington. Ingrid’s research focuses on the responses of regional watersheds to the projections of a warmer climate for the future.
In particular, Ingrid participates in studies assessing the projected shifts in the frequency and intensity of extreme hydrologic events. She is also responsible for conducting studies that detail the implications of projected changes in water resources for water managers in the region, including those working with water supply, hydropower operations, agriculture, and fish habitat. Ingrid also contributes to CIG’s outreach efforts by giving presentations on hydrologic studies and CIG’s broader research objectives to stakeholders and the general public.
Ingrid graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in botany, and from the University of Florida with a M.S. in forest science.