Tag: presentation

Seminar at UVA today

Kevin will be presenting work on the Hubbard Brook hydropedology project at UVA’s Department of Environmental Sciences Seminar today. It always fun visiting our colleagues up the road, but we really need to do it more often.

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Kris Brown wins best student presentation

  Kris Brown attended the 17th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference in Shreveport, LA last week and won a best student presentation award.  Congratulations Kris!

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Why do people blow the punchline in scientitic talks? The destructive effect of acknowledgements slides

Reblog from Writing in Science There are great points made in this blog post on the use of acknowledgements in talks.  This blog generally has great advice. “Last words are our strongest. That’s why the punchline comes at the end

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AGU12 was a success!

We all had a great time at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco last week.  Kris, JP, and Cody all presented posters and Kevin convened a session on Deciphering Hydrological and Biogeochemical Processes in Catchment Studies With a

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AGU presentations from the group

It’s that time of year.  Group members are beginning to think about their AGU presentations!  Here is the run down this year: EP13D-0881. Runoff and sediment delivery from bare and graveled forest road approaches to stream crossings. Kristopher R. Brown;

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Ten guidelines for effective data visualization in scientific publications

I used to teach a class in data visualization because I was frustrated with the quality of graphics in student work and that I was seeing in papers I was reviewing for journals.  I just saw an article from my

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Presentations from the hydroped crew

I’m heading to Hubbard Brook today for this week’s Cooperators Meeting.  This meeting is followed next week by the Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Science.  Our group has a series of presentations at both meetings so it’s looking to be a

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Advice: tips for talks and stats (via Oikos Blog)

There are some excellent resources on this site for graduate students. Check them out!! Here is a document I wrote up for the ecology grad students at my university, with tips on giving a good talk, and on some common

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Let my dataset change your mindset

A couple of weeks ago at our bi-weekly soils group meeting we were reviewing posters for presentation at the FREC graduate research symposium.  At some point we got on the general topic of data presentation.  Kevin mentioned the work of

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