Corrine Hoffman is in her senior year in the University of Washington’s Environmental Science and Resource Management Bachelor’s of Science program. Currently working as a researcher in Professor David Butman’s Biogeochemistry Laboratory, her focus is on nutrient and gas fluxes in urban waterways. Currently, she is monitoring Thornton Creek in north Seattle. In the future, she hopes to look into the influences of infrastructure precipitation runoff on river systems. Her obsession with water began at home on a small farm encircled by a beaver-dammed swamp, and she is very happy to have the opportunity to study waterways now.