The view from below Keno Reservoir on the Klamath River, one of the reservoirs included in the Deemer et al., BioScience study.

A new paper synthesizing information about reservoir greenhouse gas emissions led by Bridget Deemer is set to appear in BioScience next Wednesday, October 5.  The paper is already attracting some attention from the press and has been featured in Science Magazine, the Washington Post, the Seattle Times, Popular Science, the Spokane Spokesman-Review, Oregon Public Broadcasting, and the Vancouver Columbian.

Here is a link to the WSU press release.