Research projects by Ecohydrology group students and researchers were recently featured in the online Arts and Science Community Showcase hosted by the rare Charitable Research Reserve. The Ecohydrology Research Group has worked with rare on numerous research projects since 2013 and has benefitted from access to their field sites. The blog post featured research from Ecohydrology Research Group members Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Heather Townsend, Yuki Audette, Konrad Krogstad and Linden Fairbairn, among others. The Arts and Community Showcase features research and other stories from rare and their collaborators in the form of videos, blog posts, and other content.
You can read the blog post here.