Celeste’s research focuses on linking flow and sediment dynamics to stream channel response following invasive vegetation removal in order to quantify the magnitude of landscape change and inform management of post-removal channel behavior. Celeste was chosen based not only upon …

Celeste Wieting received the inaugural Student Research Award from the Colorado Riparian Association! Read more »

Sarah’s research focuses on developing monitoring strategies and investigating carbon sequestration potential in Stage 0 stream restoration projects in Colorado and Oregon. Juli’s research investigates sediment storage and floodplain function in desert ephemeral streams in the Southwest. Christoph’s research focuses …

Sarah Hinshaw, Juli Scamardo, and Christoph Suhr were awarded funding from the Geological Society of America for their student research proposals! Read more »

Celeste was recognized for her research proposal that focuses on linking flow and sediment dynamics to stream channel response following invasive vegetation removal to quantify the magnitude of landscape change and inform management of post-removal channel behavior. The Mackin award …

Celeste Wieting received the 2020 J. Hoover Mackin Research Award from the Geological Society of America! Read more »

John received the award for his research proposal Sediment-ecological connectivity: exploring the links between tributary erosion and floodplain forest establishment in a large river basin. John’s research will use the chemical composition of tributary source sediment and downstream floodplain sink …

John Kemper received the 2020 Robert K. Fahnestock award from the Geological Society of America! Read more »

Presented remotely due to the current Covid-19 situation, Julia, Zach, and Emily all successfully and exceptionally defended their respective theses. Titles are listed below: Julia Grabowksi (Advisor: Wohl) – Logjam attenuation of annual sediment waves in eolian-fluvial environments, North Park, …

Julia Grabowski, Emily Iskin, and Zach Kornse successfully defended their MS theses! Read more »

John received the 2019 Stanley A. Schumm Research Award from the Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology (QG&G) Division of the Geological Society of America for his dissertation research. John’s research focuses on the linkages between upstream arroyo incision and downstream channel …

John Kemper received the 2019 Stanley A. Schumm Research Award from GSA! Read more »