Friday, December 14, 2012

Liza Mitchell and Rachel Hutchinson Present Masters Theses Proposals

Liza Mitchell presented her master's thesis proposal entitled "The isoscape of a wilderness watershed: How spawning salmon influence nutrient dynamics and isotopic values of aquatic biota"

Rachel Hutchinson presented her master's thesis proposal entitled "Community trajectory and phylogenetic response to non-native species removal"




Thursday, December 13, 2012

Liza, Rachel, Todd and Alex attend AGU 2012!

Among many other University of Idaho students and faculty...

Buxton, Buffinton, Yager, Fremier and Hassan present at AGU 2012


The Influence of Salmonid Spawning on Grain Architecture, Critical Bed Shear Stress, and Bed Load Transport in Streams

Hegg, Kennedy and Fremier present at AGU 2012


Predicting 87Sr/86Sr in surface water using bedrock geology: Understanding geologic heterogeneity and scale to improve isoscapes and animal migration reconstruction
http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2012/eposters/eposter/b43f-0459/

Cosens, Fremier and Boll present at AGU 2012


Adaptive Governance and Resilience: The Columbia River Basin
http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2012/eposters/eposter/b23h-0554/

Monday, September 17, 2012

Fremier and Hutchinson publish in Restoration Ecology

Viers, J. H., Fremier, A. K., Hutchinson, R. A., Quinn, J. F., Thorne, J. H. and Vaghti, M. G. 2012. Multiscale Patterns of Riparian Plant Diversity and Implications for Restoration. Restoration Ecology, 20: 160–169. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1526-100X.2011.00787.x/full

Francine Mejia presents a poster at Folsom, CA workshop

Peggy Lehman and Francine Mejia. 2012. Landsat imaging was an effective tool for characterizing turbidity in San Francisco Estuary. Poster presentation.  Interagency Ecological Program Workshop April 18-20. Folsom, CA.  

Fremier and Juanita Lichthardt receive USFWS Grant

 Basic ecology of Water Howellia (Howellia aquatilis) habitat requirements

Thursday, March 22, 2012


Welcome to the [Fremier] Ecology Lab!!
We are a group of ecologists and geomorphologists interested in ecosystem processes and community dynamics. We primarily focus on river ecosystems, but are generally interested in wide range of ecosystems.

Please check out our profiles on the [People] page.  Here are a few of our recent accomplishments: