A month’s worth of good news.

A month’s worth of good news.

Time for blog dump, I’ve neglected this place. Because we’ve been overwhelmed with good things! Here you go: Lily spent last week in the Pacific Northwest at RRNW, attending talks and overseeing an Em2 model there. Jean-René Thélusmond, a Fulbright Scholar...

A holiday delta run using our Em4 model.

A holiday delta run using our Em4 model.

We finally had a little time to play with our newly-set up Em4, and did a casual time lapse last week.  I haphazardly changed variables now and then over a two-hour run as we did other work in the lab. The frames are taken every 30 seconds.  I changed flow rate,...

New faces at LRRD.

New faces at LRRD.

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Fun with cardboard (and geomorphology).

Fun with cardboard (and geomorphology).

We’re a little loopy at LRRD now, from both overwork and excitement. Today we moved the Em4 model we hauled to GSA-Denver off a truck and into our lab. The rules of hydraulic similitude dictated a 4-meter length for the Em4.  It’s about the size of a car...

GSA Denver summary:  We had a blast!

GSA Denver summary: We had a blast!

We had a marvelous time at GSA–everybody worked so hard; thanks to my wife Kate, to Lily and Meriam, and also to Andrew Podoll, a treasured collaborator; here you see the entire crew. I really enjoyed watching Lily work with kids who dropped by.  She has so many...