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Five Undergrad Rockstars

Today I am very excited – five of my awesome undergraduate students will be presenting their theses work. I couldn’t be prouder of what they have accomplished. Delaney Tight built a biogeochemical reaction model of nitrogen cycling in  aquifers of tidal freshwater zones. Here, water is completely fresh but diurnal …

Cats who travel for science

First two weeks on the science with friends tour = fun, productive, & exhausting! In the words of Dr. Derek Sawyer – it has felt like an AGU week. Week 1: Ohio State Spent the week hosted by Audrey Sawyer – hydrologist extraordinaire and collaborator on all things involving changing …

Adventures in Biogeochemistry

This year in EV 211 | Human Impacts on Biogeochemical Cycles, we are examining the topic through the lense of agriculture. Focusing on how different agricultural practices, especially those practiced in the Western United States, alter the way the soil is storing carbon and nitrogen. We took two field trips …

NOVUS II Workshop

The 3 day Novus II workshop was focused around discussions about integrating impacts of ecosystem disturbance across scales of time, space, and disturbance type: 1) What are the mechanisms of regime change versus resilience in ecosystems? What characteristics of a disturbance regime matter for ecosystem processes? 2) Under what circumstances …

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