Monthly Archives: June 2012

Field Technique – installing water level loggers in shallow wells

After well has been established and cleared, one may choose to install a water level logger to record changes in water levels within the wells.  Here I describe a method for doing this that avoids several common issues and problems … Continue reading

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CSASN – June 2012 Field Campaign

We have traveled to the Toolik Field Stationin northern Alaska to prepare our research reach for the Changing Seasonality in Arctic Stream Networks (CSASN) project.  Our entire project group (including collaborators from University of Vermont and University of New Hampshire) … Continue reading

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Hands-On Workshop on Stream-Groundwater Techniques Completed

From 12-15 June, we held a workshop to demonstrate several different techniques used currently to quantify stream-groundwater interactions.  We had over 30 attendees, mostly graduate students.  Day 1 was focused on theory behind the techniques, Day 2 was a full … Continue reading

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Research Site on Shavers Creek, PA

Our riparian hydrogeophysics project has been focused on two streams running through the drained bed of Lake Perez in central Pennsylvania, about 20 minutes from the Penn State campus.  The lake was drained about 4 years ago.  We have installed … Continue reading

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