Karin has joined our newly funded NSF project on nutrient stoichiometry, flow paths, and residence time. Karin has her BS in environmental engineering from the University of Vermont and has spent the last few years working with Sierra Streams in Northern California. We're excited to have her on board!
Tristan successfully defended his thesis on the "Biogeochemical implications of beaver-mediated fluvial complexity in river-floodplain meadows". Tristan and his wife Ineke have moved back to Washington state but we hope they come visit soon!
Congratulations to Alex Brooks who was awarded a prestigious and competitive NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship! Alex joins a select group of 2018 NESSF Fellows. In his research, Alex will use Landsat imagery to assess riparian wetland condition in the Southern Rockies and will link field and remotely-sensed information.
Allie Rhea has been awarded a NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF) for her work on post-wildfire water quality. Allie will use remote sensing to upscale ground-based information. Her work will be helpful in evaluating large spatial scale implications of wildfire to water quality in the Front Range of Colorado. Congratulations Allie!
Students from watershed measurements (WR 417) spend the afternoon measuring streamflow on the Poudre
Thank you for visiting the watershed hydrology and biogeochemistry research group at Colorado State University. We are interested in understanding the physical, biological, and human influences on hydrological, biogeochemical, and ecosystem processes.