Curtis Crandall is a graduate student at Boise State University in the M.S. of Hydrologic Sciences program. He also holds a B.S. in Geoscience with an emphasis on Hydrology from Boise State University. His primary field of research is modeling evapotranspiration using remote sensing, GIS, and METRIC. He also works as a Boise State University research assistant for the Treasure Valley Water Atlas and EPSCoR.