Natasha Harvey

PhD Student

Natasha Harvey is a PhD student at the Fenner School of Environment & Society and is affiliated with The Institute of Water Futures. Natasha’s PhD research titled “Reimagining the representation of snow hydrology in watershed models within an age of emerging technologies for sensing, data science and machine learning” bridges experimentalist and modelling worldviews by bringing together recent advances and breakthroughs in multiple technology areas, including machine learning, image analysis and sensitivity analysis. Natasha received a Bachelor of Environmental Systems (Honours) from The University of Sydney and a M.A. in Geography from The University of Colorado Boulder.    

Research interests

  • Catchment hydrology
  • Snow hydrology
  • Ecohydrology
  • Machine learning 

Harvey, N., L. Marshall, and R. W. Vervoort. “Verifying Model Performance Using Validation of Pareto Solutions.” Journal of Hydrology 621 (June 1, 2023): 129594.