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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 …

Radiocarbon, SUVA, Flowpaths, & Family

Our paper, Riverine export of aged carbon driven by flow path depth and residence time connecting aged dissolved organic matter export with deeper flow paths, is now available online! (Barnes et al. 2018) Inland waters represent an important component of the global carbon cycle, releasing between 2-4 Gt of carbon dioxide into …

Block 1 EV128 ends in style

Block 1 ended yesterday and I was wowed by my students abilities to turn science into art, rewrite songs to convey important messages, create compelling infographics, and use humor to communicate science. For their final projects students were tasked with creating one static and one live action public service announcement …

Climate Change Fun!

My Block 5 Intro to Global Climate Change Class was super fun. Engaged and interested students – the type of class that makes me love my job. Here are some highlights: Trip to Catamount in Woodland Park, CO to learn about snow pack structure & metamorphosis:         For their …

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