Why I have no time for science blogging!

Why I have no time for science blogging!

  We are insanely busy at LRRD these days, with consulting, R&D, preparation for GSA-Denver, starting new research, and shipping at least a dozen of our new Em2 models as they’re built. Here’s a sampling of what’s going on, just in the last...

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...

Gravel roads, NSF, dumpster diving, IGERT students.

Gravel roads, NSF, dumpster diving, IGERT students.

A few photos from today’s work. Little River Research & Design is on a roll.  Like the kind I remember on gravel roads in Arkansas way back, mostly great fun but with seriously unpleasant jolts. Bumps like a rejection from NSF last week. And very cool stuff...

Emriver outreach in southern lllinois.

Emriver outreach in southern lllinois.

We’re super busy at LRRD with consulting work, redesign of the Em2 model, and other projects. And anxiously awaiting word on the NSF proposal we submitted in January. If we’re funded we’ll be doing a lot more work like this, but for now it’s...

Lily Hwang joins LRRD as Ecohydrologist.

Lily Hwang joins LRRD as Ecohydrologist.

I’m happy to announce Lily Charnsmorn Hwang has joined LRRD as our Ecohydrologist.  We were lucky to spot Lily as she approached a successful defense of her thesis at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC).  We were poised to do a national search, but I’m sure...