Category Archives: by Anne

Scenic Sunday: Fall colors along the Cuyahoga

It’s been a long weekend of working on proposals and grading papers, but I broke away for a while this morning to enjoy the cool fall weather and some stunning colors. The river is a few feet higher than normal … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, photos

Hydraulic, hydrologic and #h2olloween

I was grading this morning and I stumbled upon one of the perpetual misused term pairs in my field: hydraulic vs. hydrologic. Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, gifts and gadgets, hydrology

Anne is wading into streams and science education

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the lovely Bethany Brookshire for her Eureka!Lab blog at Student Science, part of Society for Science and the Public. You can check out the interview on Eureka!Lab or scroll down to … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, hydrology, science education

Bedload Sediment Transport videos FTW

Today in Fluvial Processes, I’ll be talking about sediment transport. It’s one of those subjects that can easily get bogged down in lots and lots of math, but I prefer to start out with getting students to watch and describe … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, geology, geomorphology, teaching

Unacceptable behavior

When Anne wrote her post about the problematic way that people with power too often silence women and people of color, she ended it with a declaration “The way we treat women and people of color is not acceptable. We … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, by Anne, ranting, society