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Kelly Ferron, '10, currently works in the Greater Seattle Area and hopes to continue her education soon as a postgraduate researcher.
Carlos presented a poster on the increases in extreme hydrologic events under climate change at the American Geophysical Union's annual conference.
Matzek and colleagues received a 10,000 Euro grant to examine carbon credits under different forest management practices in the Rhone Valley.
A stream temperature model developed by ESS faculty member Iris Stewart and colleagues enables stream temperature forecasts under climatic changes for different ecological provinces in the Columbia River Basin.