Monthly Archives: May 2023

Congratulations to Sarah Dunn on successfully defending her thesis!

Sarah’s thesis is titled “Dammed ponds! A study of post-fire sediment and carbon dynamics in beaver ponds and their contributions to watershed resilience” Thanks for helping me with my homework!

Congratulations to Dr. Juli Scamardo on successfully defending her dissertation!

Juli’s dissertation is titled “Form and Function: Quantifying Geomorphic Heterogeneity and Drivers in Dryland Non-Perennial River Corridors”. Congratulations, Dr. Scamardo!! Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened:)

Congratulations to Mickey Means-Brous on successfully defending her thesis!

Mickey’s thesis is titled ” Beavers, fire, fish: Geomorphic influences on salmonid recolonization in a Colorado post-fire environment”

Shayla Triantafillou received a grant from the Colorado Water Center