Current predictions suggest that our site at the Soltis Center is along the path of what may soon be Hurricane Otto! We hope all our friends at the center and their families stay safe! The region is already prone to mudslides and flooding, so 8-18″ of rain in a short time can be quite problematic. […]
Congratulations and farewell to Ryan Andrews, who successfully defended his thesis The Temporal Variation of Vertical Micrometeorological Profiles in a Lower Montane Tropical Forest. Ryan is joining the consulting firm Halff Associates.
Graduate student researcher Luiza Aparecido made EOS with her postcard from the field at the Soltis Center site.
We are excited to announce that our proposal, “Improving Land-Surface Modeling of Evapotranspiration Processes in Tropical Forests” was selected for funding through the Department of Energy Earth System Modeling program. The $760K+ project combines field work at the Soltis Center for Research and Education in Costa Rica with advanced modeling of transpiration in the neotropics. […]
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 […]