Tag: New Hampshire

3 more weeks to apply for summer REU position in New Hampshire

Applications for the Hubbard Brook Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program are due by February 6 – that’s just 3 weeks away!  We are seeking a student to work on a hillslope hydrology project looking at how water travels through

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Welcome Brad

Brad Bowers recently joined the group as a field technician for the Hubbard Brook Hydropedology project.  Brad will be responsible for collecting water samples, tending to field equipment, and helping with field-based activities on the project.  He is also beginning

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Hillslope hydrology undergraduate research opportunity at Hubbard Brook

The National Science Foundation is funding two REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) positions at Hubbard Brook this summer as part of the Long Term Ecological Research program (see the HBRF webpage for details or our opportunities webpage) ($5000 stipend for the

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Hubbard Brook – unscathed from Irene’s wrath

Scott Bailey sent an update from Hubbard Brook earlier this week. There was no major damage to the forest or to any instrumentation including our experimental sites in WS3. Rainfall amounts were in the 4+ inch range, which puts Hurricane

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Guest post: summer news from the catchment

Dear Watershed 3 Fans – thought I would catch you up with some news from the catchment. We had a bit of a dry spell this summer, which was great for all the digging, coring and installing that JP and

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Scott Bailey visits the lab

Scott Bailey, a geoecologist from Northern Research Station of the US Forest Service, joins us this week to work on our ongoing research project at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in New Hampshire.  Last summer, we were awarded an NSF grant,

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Research assistantship available

We are still recruiting a second graduate student to join us on our NSF funded hydropedology project.  This study focuses on the overlap between hydrology, soil development, and biogeochemistry.  We are using LIDAR data to map landforms and develop spatial

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