Showing posts from July, 2014

An emerging Ecosystem Services video game

Where most simulation games leave you stuck in the city, the Ecosystem Services Game puts you in charge of the resources which allow those cities and populations to exist!

We are helping with the science that underpins the game. This website explains the idea, now we need partners to help us develop it.

Rachel becomes the South Yuba River Citizens League Science Director...

Rachel is responsible for SYRCL’s conservation, restoration, monitoring, and education programs. Way to go Rachel!

Natalia got a postdoc position with Bioversity International

Natalia Estrada-Carmona will  implement the ecosystem service approach in agricultural landscapes for livelihood improvement in the TonlĂ© Sap in Cambodia and the Barotse floodplain in Zambia. Find out more here. Congrats Natalia! 

Restoration Monitoring on the Clark Fork River Begins!!!

Great news form Northern Idaho. The Clark Fork River Delta is being restored.  The Fremier Lab will be using Autonomously-operating Terrestrial LiDAR Scanners (ATLS) to measure erosion. The Clark Fork Delta is a pretty spectacular place... Come join us!!

A new paper on river channel meander migration on the Sacramento River, Fremier et al. 2014

New paper in PlosONE: Quantifying process-based mitigation strategies in historical context: Separating multiple cumulative effects on river meander migration