Winter 2019 Student News
Brian Bohman received a WRS Travel Grant to present a session entitled A Modeled Yield Response Curve to Nitrogen Rate and Climate Variability for Potatoes at the American Society of Agronomy, the Crop Science Society of America, and the Canadian Society of Agronomy annual meeting held in Baltimore November 2018. Bohman is advised by David Mulla and Carl Rosen.
Andrew Camilleri received his MS degree in fall 2018. His thesis was entitled Nutrient Limitation of Upper Great Lakes Periphyton across Large Spatial and Environmental Gradients. Camilleri was advised by Ted Ozersky.
Ellen Cooney received a WRS Travel Grant to present a session entitled Rain Event Implications for the Biogeochemistry of Lake Superior at the State of Lake Superior 2018 Conference in Houghton, Michigan in October 2018. Cooney is advised by Elizabeth Austin-Minor.
Nicholas Evans received his MS degree in fall 2018. His thesis was entitled Assessing Hydrologic Connectivity using Water Temperature, Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana. Evans was advised by Chris Paola.
Doug Klimbal presented Adaptive Management to Improve De‐Icing Operations at the Minnesota Water Resources Conference on October 16, 2018. Kimble co-authored the presentation with his advisors, Lawrence Baker and Bruce Wilson.
Tiffany Sprague received a WRS Travel Grant to present a session entitled CrowdHydrology - Using citizen scientists to collect spatially distributed hydrologic data through crowdsourcing and a poster entitled Superior CitSci Collaborative - Making connections between citizens, educators and researchers at the State of Lake Superior 2018 Conference in Houghton, Michigan in October, 2018. Sprague is advised by George Host.
Kinzey Stoll received a WRS Travel Grant to present a poster entitled Isotopic Signatures of Precipitation Along Lake Superior at the Minnesota Water Resources Conference in St. Paul in October 2018. Stoll is advised by Salli Dymond.
Incoming WRS students Emily Fleissner and Lara Frankson, received the Butler and Jessen Fellowships for fall 2018. The Butler and Jessen Water Resources Science Fellowship supports students admitted into graduate programs within the University of Minnesota's Water Resources Center, a leader in freshwater management that connects University of Minnesota expertise to research problems on the national level. Fleissner is advised by Allen Mensigner and Frankson is advised by Bill Arnold.