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
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:
WSU has written a nice piece about our recent global hypoxia model, which can be found here. An “Early View” version of the accepted manuscript can be found here, and a related AGU blog post can be found here. Model code and supporting data can be downloaded here.