AGU 2019

The Kelleher Lab is headed to the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. We hope to see you at one of our posters or talks!

Tuesday PM: John Morgan (Undergraduate Researcher and Friend of the Lab) – #2047, Characterization of water temperature variations in stream heads in the Southern Appalachian Mountains

Wednesday AM: Caroline Weidner (Undergraduate Researcher) – #1960, How does headwater stream behavior in the Northeastern U.S. vary throughout time and space?

Thursday, 11:20am:  Christa Kelleher – H42G, Re-envisioning upgradient urban landscapes: the impact of vacant lots on urban runoff

Thursday PM: Ruta Basijokaite (PhD student) – #2169, What can we learn from time-varying sensitivity analysis?

Friday PM: Julianne Sweeney (MS Student and Friend of the Lab) – #1962, Assessing the effects of beaver dam analogues on channel morphology using high-resolution imagery from unoccupied aerial vehicles (UAVs)


Fall 2019 is off to a great start!

Fall 2019 means welcoming new faces and saying goodbye to lab members moving on to new challenges!  This semester, we have welcomed Jeff Wade (MS, co-advised with Laura Lautz) and Eliza Hurst (MS), both in their first semester as EMPOWER trainees.

Fall has also brought some travel, as Christa, Ruta, and friend of the lab Julianne Sweeney headed to the annual NRT meeting in Chicago (above, Ruta and Julianne share EMPOWER’s poster with other NRT trainees and PIs).  We are looking forward to a productive semester!