Four inductive approaches for classifying streamflow regimes across the Amazon using streamflow records from Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
Identifying the effects of chronic saltwater intrusion in coastal floodplain swamps using remote sensing Coastal floodplain swamps are an important part of the coastal wetland mosaic, however they are threatened due to accelerated rates of sea level rise and saltwater… Read More
Dr. David Kaplan is recruiting a student to work on the 2021 National Wetland Condition Assessment. Assistantship includes stipend, tuition & benefits.
In April, the Supreme Court declared, in a 6-3 ruling, that the CWA requires the federal government to regulate some groundwater pollutants that can navigate into waters such as oceans, rivers and streams.
February 2nd each year is World Wetlands Day. This day marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2 February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea. Each year… Read More
Ghost Forests: How Rising Seas Are Killing Southern U.S. Woodlands
Dye Release In Silver Springs from nreaver on Vimeo. On March 8th, 2015, Dr. Kaplan’s Watershed Ecology Lab implemented the first of four proposed dye tracer experiments in Silver River, one of Florida’s largest springs. The study is part of… Read More
Monday, March 30, 2015, 8:30am-12:45pm – Amazon Dams Network (ADN) International Symposium “Dams and Social-environmental Transformations in the Amazon: Academic and Indigenous Perspectives.” Terrace Room (G400), Norman Hall, College of Education
The Angelini Lab has been busy! Over the past few months, Ph.D. student, Sean Sharp has been working alongside undergraduates Kat Tran and Emily Persico, as well as Master’s student Lexie Liu, to wrap up a large-scale field experiment investigating… Read More