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Interview on BBC #bucketlist

Sex that moves mountains.
Thank you COMPASS training for preparing me for the media interview.  Invaluable!
BCC Interview
NPR Story and Interview

Sex that moves mountains... yeeha!

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Cue the mood music Jimmy!

Check out our new paper the Special Issue in the journal Geomorphology. #Binghampton2017

Forbes blog with a nice photo IFLScience blog... oh behave

Big shout out to my co-authors Brian Yanites and Elowyn Yager. Also, to Jason Julian at Texas State University for organizing a fluid and rigorous Binghamton Geomorphology Conference.

A nice write up about our work in the Volta Basin...

Laura Livingston successfully defends her MS theses. Well done.

COLD, SNOWMELT STREAMS CONTRIBUTE TO MACRO-INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY DIFFERENCES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST By LAURA LIVINGSTON

To the artist... I agree.

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Dr. Aline Ortega Pieck arrives...

Congratulations Aline on a dissertation well defended.  June 14th.

Aline publishes Chapter 1 from her dissertation...

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