Jeremy Barroll is currently pursuing an MS in civil engineering. Jeremy’s research presently focuses on small-scale variability in the prediction of snowpack in mountainous regions using remotely-sensed sea surface temperature data. The goal of this is to increase the predictive accuracy of large lead time water supply forecasting for small watersheds in the Western United States. Jeremy previously received a BS in civil and environmental engineering from UC Berkeley in 2016. Since then, he has worked at an irrigation district in Central California to learn more about the unique water supply and infrastructural challenges facing that region. Jeremy also holds a Professional Engineer license in California.