Welcome Paul Schramm

Paul is now on board as project manager for our StreamPulse project and will also continue to be involved with FLAMe-based research and help us keep things moving forward.

Luke Loken's M.S. publication now on line

Luke's study on nitrogen biogeochemistry in freshwater estuaries and the denitrification pump is now published on line- here's the link:

Loken LC, Finlay, JC,  Small GE, Sterner RW, and Stanley EH (2016) Nitrogen cycling in a freshwater estuary. Biogeochemistry, DOI: 10.1007/s10533-015-0175-3

Review of methane in world rivers now on line

Our review "The ecology of methane in streams and rivers: patterns, controls, and global significance" is now officially in press at Ecological Monographs and can be downloaded. Great team project and a great team!  Read More:


Moving fast on the Mississippi

See UW News story about work done by Luke Loken and John Crawford on the Mississippi River from summer 2015:

FLAMe on the water: story on our collaboration with some great engineers

Our collaboration with UW's Physical Sciences Lab (PSL) is featured on the PSL web page. Engineer Terry Benson improved FLAMe  equipment for greater durability and flexibility, and Luke Loken and Vince Butitta are putting it to great use in Wisconsin lakes and streams this summer

LAGOS database paper featured

Building the LAGOS database has been a tough task, but now the paper describing the process (and the CSI project) are featured on the Gigascience blog- check it out!