Congrats to Dr. Si Gou for successfully defending her Ph.D. dissertation, Study of Multi-Scale Plant-Groundwater Interactions, and for starting a faculty position at Sichuan University in Chengdu, China.
Big congrats to Si Gou, for winning the Outstanding Student Paper Award for her poster at the AGU meeting last week, entitled “Simulating Groundwater-Plant-Atmosphere Interactions in a Semiarid Savanna.” The award is given to the top 3-5% of student presentations.
Wrapping up another successful AGU Fall Meeting. Si presented her poster on "Simulating Groundwater-Plant-Atmosphere Interactions in a Semiarid Savanna," REU alumni Leland Cohen presented his titled "Hydrogeologic Processes in a Transitional Tropical Forest," and Dr. Miller presented the results of her and Andrea’s stable isotope work in Costa Rica. Group mascot Graham Miller decided to […]
A groundwater-soil-plant-atmosphere continuum approach for modeling water stress, uptake, and hydraulic redistribution in phreatophytic vegetation," has been accepted for publication in the journal Ecohydrology.
Congratulations to Si Gou, who won the Farvolden Award at the 2013 National Ground Water Summit in San Antonio for her presentation "Understanding Groundwater Uptake by Phreatophytic Vegetation using a System Dynamics Modeling Approach." Also congratulations to Andrea DuMont, whose project "Isotopic Analysis to Determine Groundwater and Stream Water Interactions in a Tropical Forest Catchment" […]
Held the annual CVEN 674 class trip to the TAMU Hydrogeology Site. Each research group member hosted a demonstration station, making this the most informative, smoothest running class visit to date. (Plus the weather was fantastic!)
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 […]
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!
Si and I presented the results of our oak savanna modeling using PARFLOW.CLM at the Fall 2011 AGU meeting.