Julio Herrera Estrada

Research Collaborator

Julio Enrique Herrera Estrada is an applied scientist at Decartes Labs and a research collaborator with Water in the West.  He was formerly a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford's School of Earth, Energy and Environment, working with Professor Noah Diffenbaugh on the impacts of climate variability and change on the Water-Energy-Land Nexus. Julio did his PhD at Princeton University where he also pursued a certificate in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy at the Woodrow Wilson School. He has studied various aspects of droughts, including how they evolve, how they may be affected by climate change, and how they affect the electricity sector.