Monthly Archives: January 2019

Teaming up on WASP model

Postdoc Sarah Beganskas is working with our colleagues in engineering, Rob Ryan and Eve Walters, to develop a calibrated model of WASP for the Wissahickon Creek. This model will help us understand how in stream processes are altered (improved?) by … Continue reading

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Who need anomalies?

PhD student Jim Berglund’s second paper just got accepted in Journal of Hydrology.¬† Subtitled “Who_Needs_Anomalies“, this paper describes karst flow path mixing using REEs and Ca/Zr ratios. Citation: Berglund, J.L. Toran, L., and Herman, E.K.¬† In press.¬†Deducing Flow Path Mixing … Continue reading

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