Greta Miller

Academic Profile

I completed my MS in Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, where I conducted research on the water balance of the Sierra Nevada mountains using remote sensing. Previously, I graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University with a BSE in Environmental Engineering. In my undergraduate thesis, I developed an ecohydrological model for epiphytes. Prior to coming to Oxford, I worked as a post-masters researcher at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where I developed machine learning models of snow in the Alaskan tundra.

Current Research


Miller, G., Hartzell, S., & Porporato, A. Ecohydrology of epiphytes: modeling water balance, CAM photosynthesis, and their climate impacts. (2021). Ecohydrology. Bennett, K.E., Miller, G., Talsma, C., Jonko, A., Bruggeman, A., Atchley, A., Lavadie-Bulnes, A., Kwicklis, E., & Middleton, R. (2020). Future water resource shifts in the high desert Southwest of Northern New Mexico, USA. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 28.