Archive for December, 2012

AGU 2012: Arctic tundra in EcoCELLs?

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Midweek at AGU I also had a nice discussion with Jay Arnone, who I worked for as an intern at the Desert Research Institute just before starting grad school. Jay has a really amazing and unique facility at the Desert Research Institute that they call the EcoCELLs. The EcoCELLs are ...

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AGU 2012: Snowmelt project meeting

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

Our snowmelt project group met on Wednesday to summarize our final year of field data and make plans for putting together our three years of results from the experiment. We have lots of data and had a good discussion about how to package it to best convey our main results. ...

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AGU 2012: Changing seasonality talks

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

I really enjoyed participating and contributing to the oral session I was in entitled When Winter Changes: Hydrological, Ecological, and Biogeochemical Responses. There were many great talks. I tweeted some highlights from the session. C Rixen on early snowmelt in Alps. Yet more evidence that tundra plants do not like cold ...

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