David Hyndman

Francis S. & Maurine G. Johnson Distinguished University Chair
Dean of School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Professor of Geosciences
Tags: network-based modeling future climate impacts on water resource availability Remote Sensing Geophysics Hydrogeology Hydrology

Professional Preparation

PhD - Hydrogeology
Stanford University - 1995
MS - Hydrogeology
Stanford University - 1993
BS - Hydrology
University of Arizona - 1989

Publications

Sensitivity and Feedback Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Variability of Rainfall to Land Cover Change across the Amazon Basin 2019 - Other
Groundwater: a call to action 2019 - Journal Article
Mapping three decades of annual irrigation across the US High Plains Aquifer using Landsat and Google Earth Engine 2019 - Journal Article
Mid-20th century warming hole boosts US maize yields 2019 - Journal Article
Modeling phosphorus sources and transport in a headwater catchment with rapid agricultural expansion 2019 - Journal Article
Nitrogen transport and retention in a headwater catchment with dense distributions of lowland ponds 2019 - Journal Article
Quantity and quality of water percolating below the root zone of three biofuel feedstock crop systems 2019 - Journal Article
Impacts of projected climate change on sediment yield and dredging costs 2018 - Journal Article
A Review of the Integrated Effects of Changing Climate, Land Use, and Dams on Mekong River Hydrology 2018 - Journal Article
Spatially Distinct Seasonal Patterns and Forcings of the U.S. Warming Hole 2018 - Journal Article

Appointments

Dean
UT Dallas School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics [2021–Present]
Francis S. & Maurine G. Johnson Distinguished University Chair
UT Dallas [2021–Present]
Professor
Department of Geosciences [2021–Present]
Professor
Michigan State University, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences [1995–2020]
Associate Editor
Groundwater [1997–2011]
Associate Editor
Water Resources Research [2000–2002]

Awards

Fellow - Geological Society of America [2006]
Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecturer in Groundwater Science - National Ground Water Association [2002]

News Articles

Geoscientist Named New Dean of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Dr. David Hyndman, a geoscientist with 25 years of experience as a researcher, educator and academic administrator, has been named dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at The University of Texas at Dallas, effective Feb. 1.

Before joining UT Dallas, Hyndman was professor and chair of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences in the College of Natural Science at Michigan State University. He received his undergraduate degree in hydrology and water resources from the University of Arizona and his master’s and doctoral degrees in hydrogeology from Stanford University.