Carli’s research aims to quantify post-wildfire hydrologic and water quality effects in the U.S. West. Her most recent work focused on a regional-scale analysis of water quality constituent response after wildfires using statistical and machine-learning techniques. Her previous work includes designing and constructing laboratory-scale wildfire and rainfall simulation experiments, as well as publishing an extensive review on the state-of-the-art. This research provided in-depth information on the interactions between key drivers of post-wildfire water quality and supply effects and will ultimately help inform water managers to prepare for and mitigate wildfire impacts.