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Danielle Grogan

Research Assistant Professor
Phone: (603) 862-2603
Office: Earth Systems Research Center, Morse Hall Rm 211, Durham, NH 03824

Dr. Danielle Grogan is a member of the Water Systems Analysis Group lab within ESRC, which studies the role of water in human and natural Earth systems. Dr. Grogan’s work includes examining how different sources of water – glaciers, snow, rain, and groundwater – contribute to food production, electricity generation, and ecosystems, with a theme of evaluating water’s role in achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Her work also aims to understand how climate change will alter water sources and water demands, and uses a combination of models and sensor data analysis.

The Water Systems Analysis Group develops and maintains the global hydrologic model WBM, which can be found at <a href=""></a&gt;.

Research Interests

  • Agriculture
  • Climate change
  • Climate Change - Impacts
  • Human Dimensions of Climate Change
  • Hydrology
  • Sustainability
  • Sustainable Agriculture

Selected Publications

  • Haqiqi, I., Grogan, D. S., Bahalou Horeh, M., Liu, J., Baldos, U. L. C., Lammers, R., & Hertel, T. W. (2023). Local, regional, and global adaptations to a compound pandemic-weather stress event. Environmental Research Letters, 18(3), 035005. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/acbbe3

  • Grogan, D. S., Zuidema, S., Prusevich, A., Wollheim, W. M., Glidden, S., & Lammers, R. B. (n.d.). Water balance model (WBM) v.1.0.0: a scalable gridded global hydrologic model with water-tracking functionality. Geoscientific Model Development, 15(19), 7287-7323. doi:10.5194/gmd-15-7287-2022

  • Woo, J., Zhao, L., Grogan, D. S., Haqiqi, I., Lammers, R., & Song, C. X. (2022). C3F: Collaborative Container-based Model Coupling Framework. In Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing. ACM. doi:10.1145/3491418.3530298

  • Grogan, D. S., Zuidema, S., Prusevich, A., Wollheim, W. M., Glidden, S., & Lammers, R. B. (2022). WBM: A scalable gridded global hydrologic model with water tracking functionality. doi:10.5194/gmd-2022-59

  • Grogan, D., Frolking, S., Wisser, D., Prusevich, A., & Glidden, S. (2022). Global gridded crop harvested area, production, yield, and monthly physical area data circa 2015. SCIENTIFIC DATA, 9(1). doi:10.1038/s41597-021-01115-2

  • Haqiqi, I., Grogan, D. S., Hertel, T. W., & Schlenker, W. (2021). Quantifying the impacts of compound extremes on agriculture. HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, 25(2), 551-564. doi:10.5194/hess-25-551-2021

  • Grogan, D. S., Wisser, D., Prusevich, A., Lammers, R. B., & Frolking, S. (2017). The use and re-use of unsustainable groundwater for irrigation: a global budget. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 12(3). doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aa5fb2

  • Zaveri, E., Grogan, D. S., Fisher-Vanden, K., Frolking, S., Lammers, R. B., Wrenn, D. H., . . . Nicholas, R. E. (2016). Invisible water, visible impact: groundwater use and Indian agriculture under climate change. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 11(8). doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/8/084005

  • Grogan, D. S., Zhang, F., Prusevich, A., Lammers, R. B., Wisser, D., Glidden, S., . . . Frolking, S. (2015). Quantifying the link between crop production and mined groundwater irrigation in China. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 511, 161-175. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.11.076

  • Whiteside, J. H., Grogan, D. S., Olsen, P. E., & Kent, D. V. (2011). Climatically driven biogeographic provinces of Late Triassic tropical Pangea. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 108(22), 8972-8977. doi:10.1073/pnas.1102473108

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