Congrats to Ruth MacNeille for completing her Doctoral of Arts and receiving the ISU Outstanding Student Award!!
After much persistence, I am proud to announce that Nick Patton and team (Sarah Godsey, Ben Crosby, and Kathleen Lohse at ISU and Mark Seyfried from USDA ARS) published our article in Nature Communications on prediction soil thickness. see headline
MontanaPBS is going to premiere Voices of Fire on Thursday Aug 10th at 7pm
http://www.montanapbs.org/VoicesofFire/Voices of Fire
Voices of Fire explores the role wildfires play on the Western landscape. How will the ranchers and the ecosystem rebound from the tragic Soda Fire and what can be done to prevent another Soda Fire in the future? The film uses the Soda Fire as a case study to discuss how to manage and prevent future wildfires in the area.
Check out the AGU SEC Hydrogeophysics Workshop --Imaging the critical zone
Guernsey, Lohse and Bowyer publish paper on "Rates of decomposition and nutrient release of herbivore inputs are driven by habitat microsite characteristics" in Ecological Research
The Office for Research & Economic Development is proud to present the Idaho State University Outstanding Researchers for 2013-2014.
These five outstanding researchers were chosen from a pool of highly qualified candidates. One of these five will go on to be honored as the Distinguished Researcher for 2014 and recognized at an awards ceremony in April as well as commencement in May.
Idaho State University: The Department of Biological Sciences seeks a full-time research database analyst for NSF funded Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) and EPSCoR Managing Idaho Landscapes and Ecosystems Services (MILES) cooperative agreements. For the anticipated five-year duration of the programs, the research database analyst will handle all database components of the project, including operations management of the databases including building, maintaining, analyzing, administering, and supporting databases. Key Responsibilities: Developing a relational database system for physical, chemical, and biological science data as part of the Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) and assisting with analyses of relational databases; Assisting with analysis of relational database system for ecological and social science data as part of the EPSCoR MILES; Adding new data and metadata to and maintaining the relational database; Creating and managing a web interface to access database; Communicating the availability of data to the CZO team and to the public including land use managers and partners; Working with internal and external entities to acquire and share data; Reporting on database development, function, and progress in written and oral forms; Contributing to other data and website related projects as needed; Educating the project personnel and students on database use and capabilities; Regular travel and meetings with partner institutions associated with CZO (USDA ARS, BSU) and EPSCoR. To apply and learn more details, see: https://isujobs.net/, Posting Number: 2011544.
check out great article on Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory