Research Group News:
Apr - Congratulations to Anna Bergstrom who successfully defended her PhD dissertation! Dr. Bergstrom will be starting an NSF-funded postdoctoral fellowship this summer.
Mar - new publication: Terry, N, E Grunewald, M Briggs, M Gooseff, AD Huryn, MA Kass, KD Tape, P Hendrickson, and JW Lane Jr. 2020. Seasonal subsurface thaw dynamics of an aufeis feature inferred from geophysical methods. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface, 125(3): doi:10.1029/2019JF005345. [link]
Mar - new publication: *Bergstrom, A, MN Gooseff, M Myers, PT Doran, and JM Cross. 2020. The seasonal evolution of albedo across glaciers and the surrounding landscape of Taylor Valley, Antarctica. The Cryosphere, 14:769-788. [link]
Dec - new publication: Wlostowski, AN, NO Schulte, BJ Adams, BA Ball, RMM Esposito, MN Gooseff, WB Lyons, UN Nielsen, RA Virginia, DH Wall, KA Welch, and DM McKnight. 2019. The hydroecology of an ephemeral wetland in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 124(12): 3814-3830. [link]
Dec - new publication: Post, E, RB Alley, TR Christensen, M Macias-Fauria, BC Forbes, MN Gooseff, A Iler, JT Kerby, KL Laidre, ME Mann, J Olofsson, JC Stroeve, F Ulmer, RA Virginia, and M Wang. 2019. The polar regions in a 2 degrees C warmer world. Science Advances 5(12): ARTN eaaw9883. [link]
Sep - press release on new NSF-funded Navigating the New Arctic research grant. [link]
Jun - press articles from Science Friday (@SciFri) on the MCM LTER from our recent field season METHODS article, and radio interview audio file, etc.
May - Congratulations to Maggie Spangler for successfully defending her MS thesis, Comparison of Diversions and Impoundments on Downstream Water Quality and Ecosystem Processes.
Apr - Congratulations to Abby Conner for successfully defending her MS thesis, Irrigation Impacts on Hydrologic Exchange Flows and Examination in a Social-Ecological Framework
Apr - Congratulations to Erin Jenkins for successfully defending her MS thesis, How much does stream-groundwater exchange influence whole -stream metabolism in a small mountain stream?
Mar - new publication: Harms, TK, CL Cook, AN Wlostowski, MN Gooseff, and SE Godsey. 2019. Spiraling down hillslopes: Nutrient uptake from water tracks in a warming Arctic. Ecosystems, doi.org/10.1007/s10021-019-00355-z [link]
Mar - new publication: Hensley, RT, L Kirk, M Spangler, MN Gooseff, and MJ Cohen. 2019. Flow extremes as spatiotemporal control points on river solute fluxes and metabolism. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, doi.org/10.1029/2018JG004738. [link]
Classes taught by Dr. Gooseff:
What happens when permafrost thaws?
Using scientific UAVs for studying streams:
“Thus if the quantity of carbonic acid [CO2 in the air] increases in geometric progression, the augmentation of the temperature will increase in arithmetic progression.” [link]
Svante Arrhenius, 1896
For Links to Current and Past Research Projects, Consult the RESEARCH Link Above; Some Old Project Links Are Available Here:
- Stream Restoration and Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions (2004-ongoing)
- MOdular Curriculum for Hydrology Advancement, MOCHA (NSF, 2006-2009)
- Ground-Penetrating Radar Hyporheic Zone Project (2006-2008)
- Arctic National Parks Thermokarst Inventory and Monitoring (2006-2008)
(a complimentary element of the Noatak River Freshwater Vital Signs Initiative)
- Antarctic Taylor Valley Glacier Melt Water Modeling (2004)
- Spring Hydrologic Contribution to the Logan River, UT (2003)
- Utah Sustainable Ecosystem Restoration Partnership - Hydrologic Functions (2003-2004)
- Hyporheic Exchange Along the River Continuum (2001-2003)
- Antarctic Hyporheic Exchange and Biogeochemical Cycling (1998-2002)