Carbondale locked in ice, more consulting work.

Carbondale locked in ice, more consulting work.

I sent off our ad for the back cover of the Journal of Geoscience Education today. We had perhaps a record number of Emriver inquiries today–our second ad in the J. of Soil and Water Conservation is out. But some of these came from a mailing we sent in November....

Fluvial geomorphology and LRRD is busy!

Fluvial geomorphology and LRRD is busy!

Nicholas Pinter brought his grad students over today for a lunch discussion of the recent Walter and Merrits article in Science (bunch of links here). What a pleasure, and doesn’t our office look nice? Nicholas and Jonathan Remo (latter handing paper to former)...

LRRD’s first SIUC class.

LRRD’s first SIUC class.

Matt Whiles’ stream ecology class came to LRRD for a lab today. This is the first time in my 20+ years of using these models that the class came to the Emriver and I didn’t have to lug it to them. Murphy’s law was in full effect, though, and a few...

Rosgen Tax, ice cube relays, and operations.

Rosgen Tax, ice cube relays, and operations.

I’m working on the geomorphology of routing a bike trail across Hinkson Creek in Columbia, Missouri. I have a lot of fond old colleagues in the Missouri Dept. of Conservation’s fisheries research unit there. Prototyping is going great, you can see some...

The British Emriver invasion, blog honors.

The British Emriver invasion, blog honors.

A fluvial geomorph prof I admire has strong interest in getting an Emriver model over the ocean to the UK. Very exciting. Speaking of Europe, there’s this workshop in France next summer. Years ago a British river scientist reminded me that the UK had not one...