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.
Welcome to my new website! I will be officially starting at Texas A&M on August 17, 2009. Please forgive any glitches with the website as it becomes operational.
Si and I presented the results of our oak savanna modeling using PARFLOW.CLM at the Fall 2011 AGU meeting.
Group picture after lunch at Blue Baker to celebrate Mark’s graduation, the end of the school year, and the freshly cleaned lab. Next time, Si and Susy plan to paint themselves blue to get a free lunch.