Em4 design and build.  And blogging.

Em4 design and build. And blogging.

I finished a lot of admin things today and sent out some invoices for consulting. Just cranked. I’d like to say it was satisfying. It is very interesting, always. My typical day now is like a very busy day at the old home office I had for 16 years, and a very...

Little plastic particles, big rivers.

Little plastic particles, big rivers.

The plastic media we use for the Emriver model comes from post-industrial recyclers. It’s used as an abrasive to do things like take paint off airplanes. Getting it in certain colors, or color-coded by size, was a joke to them. Like asking for only the Budweiser...

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)...

Everybody’s safe, don’t worry.

Everybody’s safe, don’t worry.

But a bomb in our humble office today would’ve done big damage to river science. These SIUC faculty met with us today to talk about collaborative work. That’s Nicholas Pinter (Geology) at left, and (clockwise), Matt Whiles (Zoology), our Cara Bergschneider...