Congrats Dr. Winslow!

Luke Winslow defended his dissertation this week and will be moving on to a post-doc at the WI USGS office.  Great job Luke! Luke and Paul Hanson celebrate the event at the Terrace- all smiles

Job opportunity: Post-doctoral researcher- long-term trends in lake chemistry

We are searching a post-doctoral researcher to participate in a collaborative project with the U.S. Forest Service on recovery of lakes from acid rain. Please see the attached pdf for more details.  Job closes 1 Sept

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Vince Butitta officially joins the gang

Vince Butitta will be starting his M.S. research in the Freshwater and Marine Science program this fall. He's already involved in studies of mussel life history and the use of the flame to study lakes.

John Crawford receives ESA Aquatic Award

John Crawford is the 2014 recipient of the Exceptional Promise in Graduate Research Award from the ESA Aquatic Ecology Section, in recognition of his paper "Ebullitive methane emissions from oxygenated wetland streams" in Global Change Biology.  And John will be talking to the folks at WORT 89.9 FM here in Madison about those methane bubbles in streams on 30 June.

Good luck Professor Casson!

Nora Casson is heading back to Canada and a faculty position in the Geography Department of University of Winnipeg.  Tough to see her go, but tempered by knowing how great she'll be as a professor. And of course, the collaboration will continue!

Research in the media

John Crawford's just-published paper "Ebullitive methane emissions from oxygenated wetland stream" and Noah Lottig's CSI paper on water clarity "Using 3521 lakes and 74 years worth of citizen secchi data to reveal broad-scale spatial patterns and temporal trends in lake water clarity" have been attracting media attention- e.g., see:

A great week at JASM 2014

Everyone had a great week in Portland at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting and delivering talks across several sessions. Lots of great representation from current CFL grads and many, many CFL alums, including plenary speakers Pat Soranno and Julian Olden.