The RFsmith ecology lab presents (virtually) at the 15th river symposium at Bucknell University
The 15th Annual River Symposium at Bucknell University was held virtually this year. Two undergrads and my postdoc collaborator gave oral presentations (virtually) at the meeting. Cool thing is that they were recorded, and you can watch them online. Undergraduates Brooke Millisock and Bailey Schwenk and Dr. Leslie Rieck all presented on work related to the College Community Stormwater Partnership project. Brooke's talk was titled: Outreach, education, and curriculum development for an urban stormwater college-community partnership. Bailey's talk was titled: GIS-based prioritization system for MS4 compliance projects. Leslie's talk was titled: Challenges, barriers, and misunderstandings for implementing small-municipality MS4 programs. Everyone did a fantastic job and their research represents great work in urban stream ecology and science communication. I'm also pretty proud of everyone for being able to accomplish this work during a global pandemic!
Leave a Reply.
Here you'll find the latest news for the RFSmith ecology lab. Please contact me with any comments, questions, suggestions, or other thoughts about the activities of my lab.