Admin gives an oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Admin presents a talk on “Hydrologic connectivity: a management frontier for water quality conservation” at the #AGU22 session on Water Quality and Watersheds: From Scientific Innovations to Actions.
Admin appears on NPR’s All Things Considered. For the full story, visit this link. Kansas scientists discuss the possibility of water-injection dredging as a sustainable tool for reservoir sustainability on NPR’s All Things Considered program. Listen to the segment by playing the audio below.
Zane defends his Masters thesis. Zane Rider successfully defended his thesis titled “Widespread Prevalence of Cyanotoxins and Taste-and-Odor Compounds within Benthic Algae of Human-Disturbed Rivers.” His committee members were Professors Admin Husic (Chair), Ted Harris, and Belinda Sturm.
AGU Eos highlights our work in a Research Spotlight. For the full story, visit this link.
Admin interview with CUAHSI about Connectivity Mapping. For the full story, visit this link.
Zane presents at the MAPS Symposium and EWRE Seminar. Zane presents on his research regarding land use impacts on cyanotoxin and taste-and-odor compound production in benthic algae mats at the Kansas NSF EPSCoR MAPS Symposium (03/31) and Environmental and Water Resources Engineering (EWRE) Seminar (04/21).