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Welcome Sarah!

Sarah_KintnerPlease join me in welcoming Sarah Kintner to our group!  Sarah joins us from Eau Claire Wisconsin.  She begins a MS in Environmental Science this fall, co-advised with Kevan Moffett.

Welcome Sofia!

Sofia_D'ambrosioPlease join me in welcoming Sofia D’Ambrosio to WSU and to our group!  Sofia comes to us most recently from Maryland (via California) and will be pursuing a MS in Environmental Science starting this fall.

Welcome Corey!

Corey_RuderPlease join me in welcoming Corey Ruder to our group!  Corey comes to us from Minnesota (via Siberia).  She arrived on campus today and will be starting a PhD this fall.

Reed Norton to Defend MS Thesis on Green Stormwater Infrastructure and Climate Change July 27

Reed sampling gas from bioswale mesocosms
A side view of three of Reed’s mesocosms showing sampling ports and water reservoir for executing experimental storms

Please join us for the public presentation portion of Reed Norton’s MS Thesis Defense!  Reed’s thesis is titled “Effects of storm size and frequency on nitrogen retention, denitrification, and greenhouse gas production in bioretention mesocosms.”


Time: 10:00 AM

Location: VECS 125

The talk will also be broadcast via AMS to Webster 1234 in Pullman

University of Waterloo Water and Watersheds Talks

I attended, and presented at, a very interesting workshop at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada earlier this month.  My talk, titled “Current and Future Estimates of Riverine Chemical Inputs to the Global Coastal Ocean” can be viewed here:

Many other terrific, water-related talks, by colleagues such as Richard Alexander, Charles Vörösmarty, Arthur Beusen, David Schindler, and Peter Gleick can be viewed here on the U Waterloo Water Youtube channel…nice resource!