Tim P. Covino
Ecosystem Science and Sustainability
Research Scientist, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory
Colorado State University
Campus Delivery 1499
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1499
University of Colorado, Boulder Environmental Biology, Limnology BA, 2000
Montana State University, Bozeman Environmental Sci., Watershed Hydrology MS, 2005
Montana State University, Bozeman Environmental Sci., Watershed Hydrology PhD, 2012
Duke University, Durham, NC Hydrology and Biogeochemistry Post-doc, 2012
2013 – Asst. Professor, Ecosystem Science and Sustainability, Colorado State Univ.
2012 – 2013 NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Duke University
2009 – 2012 EPA STAR Fellow, Montana State University
2006 – 2012 PhD graduate research assistant, Montana State University
2003 – 2005 MS graduate research assistant, Montana State University
Publications (*student author)
Covino, T. (2017), Hydrologic connectivity as a framework for understanding biogeochemical flux through watersheds and along fluvial networks, Geomorphology, 277, 133-144.
*Kalinin, A., T. Covino, and B. McGlynn. (2016). The influence of an in-network lake on the timing, form, and magnitude of downstream dissolved carbon and nutrient flux. Water Resources Research.
*Bergstrom, A., B. McGlynn, *J. Mallard, and T. Covino. (2016). Watershed structural influences on the distributions of stream network water and solute travel times. Hydrological Processes.
*Mallard, J., B. McGlynn, and T. Covino (2014), Lateral inflows, stream-groundwater
exchange, and network geometry influence stream water composition, Water Resour. Res., 50, doi:10.1002/2013WR014944.
Covino, T., B. McGlynn, and *R. McNamara (2012), Land use/land cover and scale influences on in-stream nitrogen uptake kinetics, J. Geophys. Res., 117, G02006, doi:10.1029/2011JG001874.
Covino, T.P., B.L. McGlynn, and M.A. Baker (2010), Separating physical and biological nutrient retention and quantifying uptake kinetics from ambient to saturation in successive mountain stream reaches, Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 115, G04010, doi:10.1029/2009JG001263.
Patil, S., T. P. Covino, A. I. Packman, B. L. McGlynn, J. D. Drummond, R. A. Payn, and R. Schumer (2013), Intrastream variability in solute transport: Hydrologic and geomorphic controls on solute retention, J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf., 118, doi:10.1029/2012JF002455.
Ye, S., T. P. Covino, M. Sivapalan, N. B. Basu, H.-Y. Li, and S.-W. Wang (2012), Dissolved nutrient retention dynamics in river networks: A modeling investigation of transient flows and scale effects, Water Resour. Res., 48, W00J17, doi:10.1029/ 2011WR010508.
Covino, T.P., B.L. McGlynn, and *J. Mallard (2011), Stream-groundwater exchange and hydrologic turnover at the network scale, Water Resour. Res., 47, W12521, doi:10.1029/2011WR010942.
Covino, T.P., and B.L. McGlynn. (2007) Stream gains and losses across a mountain to valley transition: Impacts on watershed hydrology and stream water chemistry. Water Resources Research, 43, W10431, doi:10.1029/2006WR005544.
- Proposal reviewer for National Science Foundation
- Member of AGU water quality committee
- Reviewer for: Aquatic Sciences; Biogeosciences Discussions; Environmental Management; Environmental Science & Technology; Freshwater Sciences; Hydrology and Earth System Sciences; Hydrological Processes; Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences; Journal of Hydrology; Limnology and Oceanography; Science of the Total Environment; Water, Air, & Soil Pollution; Water Resources Research
- Session convener for: The flow of organic carbon through the landscape, AGU fall meeting 2016; Challenges of wildland fire on water quality and drinking water supply, AGU fall meeting 2016; Emerging issues in tropical ecohydrology, AGU Fall Meeting 2014; Water quality of hydrologic systems, AGU Fall Meeting 2014
- Member of the IAHS Panta Rhei supported international working group on hydro-biogeochemistry