Rainfall exceeding 3/4″ on Wednesday resulted in immediate overland flow due to the saturated soils from the melting snow. Dylan captured some great pictures highlighting hydrologic connectivity between Stroubles Creek / adjacent floodplain (stream in background)
L&O Methods: Time-elapse imagery
Tyler’s manuscript was accepted in Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. The manuscript describes he use of time-elapse imagery in capturing soil
wetness and temporal vegetation dynamics. A description of the method will soon be up on the website!
T. Keys, N. Jones, D. Chuquin, and D. Scott. 2016. “A cost-effective image processing approach for analyzing the ecohydrology of river corridors”. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. In press.
BSE outstanding PhD for 2016: Nate jones!
Congrats to Nate for being selected as the outstanding PhD student for 2016. He has had many science successes this year, and embodies commitment to our department, college, VT, and the communuties (both local and scientific) that he participates in.
Congrats to Nate
Nate graduated officially today! Very proud of all his accomplishments to date, and look forward to seeing Nate continue to advance our field in the future!