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
A nice piece about our group’s work on reservoir greenhouse gas emissions called “Managing reservoirs for the health of the environment” by Sylvia Paine appeared today on the WSU Office of Research website. Click here for more…
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!
We are delighted that Francesca Frattaroli has been selected to receive an NSF REU fellowship to work with our group this summer, developing new methods for sampling greenhouse gas emissions from lakes and reservoirs. Francesca is currently in an engineering program at Portland State University. She will begin officially at WSU in June.
This nice award (full citation here) is the result of our whole group’s hard work and inspiration. Thanks guys.