I am Keren Cepero-Perez, a graduate student at the Marine Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Department in NC State University. This portfolio is devoted to several projects I have been working on, mainly related to hydrological processes such as flood hazard.

Thanks for visiting and enjoy!


Current Projects!
Template for Assesing Climate Change Impacts and Management Options (TACCIMO)
    -Exploring climate change scenarios and its impacts on biodiversity in Puerto Rico employing GIS based models.  This project is directed by the US Forest Service.

El Yunque National Forest

Field work with the terrestrial Lidar scanner!!!

    - Stream bank erosion monitoring at Umstead State Park, NC. More Images

William B. Umstead State Park

Goose Creek State Park

Upcoming Conferences and Activities where I'll be sharing my research.

  • 11th Annual OPT-ED Alliance Day Conference; Tuesday, October 16, 2012, at McKimmon Center, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
  • 2012 GSA Annual Meeting, Wednesday, 7 November 2012, in the Charlotte Convention Center, Hall B, Charlotte, NC. 

What else is going on?

  • Opt-ed AGEP Crosstalk September 28, 2012 at UNC at Chapel Hill. 
    • "What Graduate Students Should Know about Postdoc Opportunities". Sibby Anderson-Thompkins, director of Postdoctoral Affairs Office at UNC Chapel Hill will lead the session, which will also include current postdocs at UNC Chapel Hill in the STEM and SBE disciplines.

Other projects: