Projects and Stuff in the News!

“Paddling a science canoe”: Scientists are mapping the depth of remote lakes to better understand how nutrients within them affect the surrounding land and sea. https://hakai.org/blog/life-at-hakai/paddling-science-canoe

“The Great Flush”: Rainforests in coastal British Columbia contribute a lot more to the ocean than we thought. https://www.hakai.org/blog/life-at-hakai/great-flush

NSF International Scholar-  Science Across Virtual Institutes: Gradient of DOM composition and drivers across the coastal temperature rainforest continuum. http://criticalzone.org/national/infrastructure/international-scholars/

Experimenting with organic matter! Experimental research on microbial utilization of terrestrial carbon and nitrogen in the ocean. http://www.hakai.org/blog/kwakshua-watershed-program/experimenting-organic-matter

A short online news piece on my thesis research involving dams, algal blooms, and nutrient biogeochemistry in the Klamath River: http://www.fondriest.com/news/klamath-river-nutrients-reservoirs-dams.htm

The fascinating world of bog forests and the important role they play as a coastal temperate rainforest ecosystem of British Columbia: https://www.hakaimagazine.com/photo-essay/secret-world-bog

Hear me talk about some of the issues surrounding labeling “steelhead” as “salmon” on CBC Daybreak North! (minute 35:00)


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