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Exciting times in the Watershed lab

The last few months have been busy, busy, busy for the members of this research group, and now, with the semester over, our hard work is starting to pay off. Brock Freyer has accepted a job with Three Parameters Plus, an environmental consulting firm based out of Anchorage, Alaska. He’ll …

Is Anne a hydrologist? geomorphologist? hydrophillic geologist? or whathaveyou?

The major theme of my research is analyzing how geologic, topographic, and land use variability controls hydrologic response, climate sensitivity, and geomorphic evolution of watersheds, by partitioning water between surface and ground water. The goal of my research is to improve reach- to landscape-scale prediction of hydrologic and geomorphic response to human activities and climate change.

CUAHSI's Spring 2010 Hydrology Cyberseminars

The excellent series of hydrological cyber-seminars continues this spring, as listed below. UNC Charlotte folks: please note that the March 12th seminar focuses on the isotope analyzer that we have in my lab. If after a few days of spring break, you find yourself yearning for some science, tune in …

What makes a good field pack?

[Cross posted at Highly Allochthonous] Adding to the meme begun by Short Geologist (requirements for a field hotel) and followed on by Maria (requirements for a field vehicle), I’ll present my requirements for a field pack. The topic has been on my mind a bit recently because I’m launching a …