"The Violent Remaking of Appalachia" This recent Atlantic Monthly article references our work (Ross et al., 2016)
New York Times Editorial focuses on our (Ross et al.) recent ES&T paper on mountain top removal mining
Maggie Zimmer successfully passes her PhD preliminary exam and proposal defense
Kimika Sano joins the lab on an exchange from Tokyo University
Matt Ross and Maggie Zimmer selected by their peers to present their student seminar talks at the full Gordon Catchment Sciences Meeting
Kendra Kaiser and Erin Seybold pass their PhD preliminary exams and proposal defenses
Post-doc Christa Kelleher accepts a tenure track faculty position at Syracuse University
German DAAD PhD Fellow Lisa Angermann joins the lab
Swiss Science Foundation Fellow
Michael Rinderer joins the lab as a post-doc
Post-doc Christa Kelleher wins a research computing award from Duke University that includes a node the the Duke cluster!
Post-doc Fabian Nippgen joins our Mt top mining research project
PhD student Erin Seybold received an AGU Outstanding Student Paper Award for her presentation on stream carbon metabolism, uptake kinetics, and export!
Fabian Nippgen successfully defends his PhD!
Invited keynote: AGU Chapman Conference on Catchment Spatial Organization and Complex Behavior (Luxembourg, Fall 2014
Brian McGlynn Curriculum Vitae