Admin attends the Powell Center on Headwater Regimes in Fort Collins, CO. The Headwaters Research Working Group met at the United States Geological Survey Powell Center with the motivation of “understanding and protecting headwaters, measuring impacts and providing science to enable sound policy, and supporting research dedicated to downstream impacts”. We did some ideating, hiking,…
Admin attends the Gordon Conference on Catchment Science in Andover, NH. A nice bonfire after a long week of science-ing. Admin presented a poster on “Hydrologic connectivity and its influence on the pathways, processes, and timing of water quality degradation in the Anthropocene”.
Aayush gives a poster presentation at the HydroML Symposium. Aayush presents a poster on “Get with the timeseries: establishing metrics for water quality model performance” at the HydroML Symposium.
Amirreza gives an oral presentation at the Sedimentation and Hydrologic Modeling Conference. Amirreza presents a talk on “Assessing Continental Gradients In The Significance of Runoff and Baseflow To Turbidity Generation In Streams” at the SEDHYD session on Using Tracers to Characterize Sediment Sources and Dynamics.
Zack defends his Masters thesis Zack McVey successfully defended his thesis titled “Urbanization as a limiter and catalyst of watershed-scale sediment transport: insights from probabilistic connectivity modeling.” His committee members were professors Admin Husic (Chair), Amy Hansen, and Joshua Roundy.
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.