Arne Bomblies is an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Vermont. His background is in hydrology and environmental engineering, and his current research interests are in climate change impacts. Dr. Bomblies is also a registered professional engineer in Vermont. Recent research focus has been on data-driven methods for nonstationary flood frequency analysis as it relates to streamflow dynamics and culvert sizing. Current and future research work includes novel methods for nonstationary flood plain delineation and management. Dr. Bomblies also investigates the nature of changes in precipitation climatology (with an emphasis on extremes) statistically and mechanistically, and how these changes translate into changes of streamflow regime. Dr. Bomblies holds a PhD (Civil and Environmental Engineering) from MIT and an MS (Civil and Environmental Engineering) from the University of Colorado, and holds a PE license in Vermont.