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).
KU Water Resources at AGU 2021 The KU Water Resources Faculty and Students Enjoy a Social Hour in New Orleans for the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Admin Q&A with KU Field Works about the Ecohydraulics Lab. For the full story, visit this link.
Congratulations to Amirreza on Completing his Comprehensive Exam The exam was entitled “Solute and Particle Transport in the Anthropocene: Insights from High-Frequency Sensing and Multi-Dimensional Modeling”
Congratulations to Alexander on Successfully Defending His Master’s Thesis Entitled “Effects of Inlet Design on Hydraulic Efficiency and Sediment Cleanout of Bridge Deck Drains”.
Capitol Graduate Research Summit PhD student Amirreza presenting to KU’s Provost and Chancellor.
Governor’s Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas The team travels to Wichita to present on our research advancements in the areas of sensing, tracing, and modeling sediment and nutrients.
Field Investigation of Bridge Deck Drains with Kansas DOT The KU team plus KDOT engineers make a field visit to assess a bridge experiencing deck drainage problems.
Installing a Water Quality Monitor The monitor, installed at Mill Creek, takes a reading every 5 minutes. It records nitrate, organic matter, and sediment data.