Members of our group will be discussing Prairie hydrology and water quality dynamics at the upcoming Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco. Halya Petzold and Amber Penner will present posters showing preliminary results associated with their Master’s research projects while Genevieve Ali will give a talk about the dominant controls on downstream connectivity in Prairie watersheds. The titles and presentation times of those upcoming posters and talk can be found below.
Halya Petzold: H11B-1156. Comparison of Hydrologic Dynamics in Forested and Agricultural Sub-watersheds of a Large Mixed-use Prairie Watershed (Monday, Dec. 9, 8am, Hall A-C (Moscone South))
Genevieve Ali: H43K-05. What is the primary driver of downstream connectivity: runoff generation, storage or conveyance? (Thursday, Dec. 12, room 3018 (Moscone West))
Amber Penner: H53H-1523. Investigating the temporal scales of nutrient transport in a Prairie watershed using high-frequency hydrological and water quality data (Friday, Dec. 13, 1:40pm, Hall A-C (Moscone South))