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CUAHSI Cyberseminar Series on Sustainable Urban Streams – featuring Anne + 4 more outstanding hydrologists!

Not in northeast Ohio for tomorrow’s Water Symposium? Don’t worry! There’s lots of urban hydrology coming your way through CUAHSI’s next cyber-seminar series. It starts tomorrow afternoon and extends through December 5th. You’ll hear from four outstanding hydrologists, and then Anne will attempt to have something to add on December …

Hydraulic, hydrologic, and #h2olloween

Cross-posted at Highly Allochthonous Storify by Anne Jefferson Add to story or collection Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Linkedin Share by email Anne Jefferson@highlyanne Dear everyone, there’s a difference between hydrologic and hydraulic. May seem arcane, but it matters. Love, A Hydrologist Thu, Oct …

Anthems for junior geology enthusiasts

The Kent State University Child Development Center kindergarten class is coming to visit the Geology Department this morning. They are going to get a chance to work on the Emriver stream table, figure out the the difference between fossils and rocks, and compare their stride length to a dinosaur’s. At …

How I use "new media"

Ironically, I write a blog post about it. I’ve been asked to talk to first year faculty about “Communications Strategies: Using the Internet, Email and New Media in Teaching and Scholarship.” My mandate is vague, so I thought I’d focus on how I use “social media” in my professional life. …

Cynthia Barnett, award winning water journalist and author, to speak at UNC Charlotte

I’m excited to announce that Cynthia Barnett will be speaking on campus next week. She’s an outstanding thinker and writer about water conservation, particularly as it pertains to the eastern United States, where our sense of water-richness has lulled us into complacency. From the press release: Award-winning journalist and author …