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)