Dr. Kelly Elder

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The Colorado State University Watershed Science Program celebrated its 50 year anniversary in 2008. In honor of the occasion, we held a three-day celebration of science, reflection, and looking to the future. Participants had a chance to reunite with friends and colleagues, meet watershed folks spanning multiple generations, and participate in the discussion about the future of watershed science and management. The anniversary celebration included three days of activities, two of which overlapped with the annual AGU Hydrology Days conference.
 

Dr. Kelly Elder

Kelly Elder joined the Watershed Science program faculty in 1995, and served as Assistant Professor from 1995-2000. Since 2000, Kelly has worked as a Research Hydrologist at the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station here in Fort Collins. He has continued to make numerous valuable contributions to the Watershed Science program, including advising of students, serving on graduate committees, and participating in collaborative research projects with CSU students and faculty.

Laituri encourages participation in Jefferson Science Fellowship

Laituri encourages participation in Jefferson Science Fellowship Professor Melinda Laituri recently completed a year as a Jefferson Science Fellow in Washington D.C. working as a science advisor for U.S. Foreign policy to the US. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development.


The Jefferson Science Fellows program was established in 2003 to ...

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Fassnacht joins Swiss-Spanish River Field Course along Ebro in Spain

Fassnacht joins Swiss-Spanish River Field Course along Ebro in Spain

Colorado State Ecosystem Science and Sustainability Professor Steven R. Fassnacht recently joined a University of Geneva Master program field course along the Ebro River in Eastern Spain. This 5-day field course explored a river system with a variety of uses and demands, to study a set of issue...

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CSU Warner College assists with Bioblitz to engage underserved audiences

Students from Colorado State’s Warner College and several other universities aided in the National Park Service's bioblitz at Bandelier National Monument. A bioblitz is a 24-hour, rapid species inventory that engages citizens to help identify and inventory species.



The...

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