Stop writing “pencil for scale” captions!

Stop writing “pencil for scale” captions!

You’ll write instead, “scale in cm” like a good scientist should, because we’ll be giving these to our friends at GSA Denver. Mechanical pencils and waterproof field books will be around for a long time.  Here we have a pencil and centimeter...

A strong first in experimental fluvial geomorphology.

A strong first in experimental fluvial geomorphology.

I’m happy to report we’ve made high quality 3D measurements of channel form in our Em4 model using close range photogrammetry (CRP) in Ana Londono’s lab at the Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at St. Louis University. Working with one of our...

The new Em2 is in the house!

The new Em2 is in the house!

Today Lily returned from St. Louis with a set of supports for the new Emriver Em2.  Aside from a few minor details, after thousands of hours of work this new design is done. Clearly Lily’s very excited about this, and so am I! The “horses” as we call...

Lily’s great geomodel T-shirt art.

Lily’s great geomodel T-shirt art.

Our Ecohydrologist Lily Hwang,  also an artist and Abobe Illustrator wrangler, has produced this charming T-shirt graphic. It features her,  Meriam Lahlou (our amazing multilingual business manager), and me in a loud shirt. What do you think?  Do you like it?...

Lily Hwang graduates.

Lily Hwang graduates.

Our Ecohydrologist  C. Lily Hwang graduates from SIUC today.  She earns an MS in Forestry, with honors (as usual.)  Lily joined us back in May. Speaking for the rest of LRRD, my wife Kate, and I’m sure a lot of other people:  Lily, you’re awesome.  Here...