Showing posts from 2013

Jens Hegg, Brian Kennedy and Alex Fremier get published in Chemical Geology!

Nice work Jens!

Predicting strontium isotope variation and fish location with bedrock geology:  Understanding the effects of geologic heterogeneity

Rachel Hutchinson gets a 'real' job...

Rachel Hutchinson is now the River Programs Manager with the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) in Nevada City, California USA. Find out more about SYRCL at  Congrats Rachel!

Rachel Hutchinson graduates from UI with an MS in Water Resources, May 2013

Fremier Lab Alum, Ryan Niemeyer, gets paper accepted to Vadose Zone Journal

Woody vegetation increases saturated hydraulic conductivity in dry tropical Nicaragua
Niemeyer, R.N., A.K.Fremier, R. Heinse, W. Chávez Huamán, and F.A.J. DeClerck

Fremier Lab Presents at Western Division AFS meeting in Boise!

Alex Fremier presented his work on the Methow Watershed
"Hatch: Moving towards seamless database protocols" and "Periphyton and Pacific Salmon: Understanding the connection by modeling the linkages"
Liza Mitchell presented her preliminary findings from  Big Creek in the Frank Church Wilderness

Rachel Hutchinson defends masters thesis!

Rachel Hutchinson defended her masters thesis Friday, April 17th entitled  "Community and Phylogenetic Response of Plant Communities  Post Invasive Species Removal"

Rachel Hutchinson receives CNPS research grant!


Ryan Niemeyer submits paper titled "Woody vegetation increases saturated hydraulic conductivity in dry tropical Nicaragua" to Vadose Zone Journal