This month, Si submitted her first journal article completed at TAMU, to Ecohydrology. She was also invited to present her current work at the China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, where she completed her M.S. degree. Dr. Miller and friend of the group Dr. Georgianne Moore traveled to Costa Rica to repair research […]
The research group had a busy December! Si, Susy, and REU students Nathan, Esther, and Gracie all presented posters at the AGU Fall Meeting. Dr. Miller passed the Principles and Practice of Engineering Exam and is now licensed in Texas as a professional engineer (as of 12/12/2012, no less). We also said goodbye to our […]
Just back from an exciting trip to the Soltis Center in Costa Rica. The REU ecohydrology group has made great progress in the first three weeks of the program! Check out the blog and be sure to Like us on Facebook.
Congratulations to first-year Ph.D. student Si Gou for being awarded a full fellowship from the Schlumberger Faculty for the Future program!
Applications for the Ecohydrology REU being accepted until January 31, 2011.
Dr. Miller will be presenting the results of Catalina Suarez’s research, “Quantifying Transpiration and Plant Water Stress in a Bioretention System,” at the upcoming EWRI conference. The presentation is scheduled for 1:30 p.m., during the Urban Watersheds Management Symposium. View 2011 EWRI Abstract.
Another successful AGU meeting. Attended my first meeting of the Ecohydrology Technical Committee and presented on the Tonzi groundwater uptake work.
Si Gou, a new Ph.D. student in Water Resources Engineering, has joined the research group. Ms. Gou hails from Beijing, China, where she attended the China Agricultural University and the China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research. Welcome Si!
It’s sapapalooza! We’ve been quite busy assembling sap flow sensors for use at the White Creek Watershed and on the LID project. Below: Cat Suarez tests one of the thermocouples using a multimeter.
The Costa Rica REU in Ecohydrology is getting some good press. Research in the cloud forest is an exciting opportunity, and I’m looking forward to working with undergraduates on it next summer. Be sure to stay tuned for updates on it and the application process.
My abstracts and posters from the recent AGU meetings (Fall 2009 and the Chapman Ecohydrology Conference) are now posted on the publications page.
I’ve added a new page with information for prospective students interested in joining the research group.