Kim presented her research at the AGU 2018 Fall Meeting in Washington DC. She gave two invited talks, one about changes in seasonal nutrient concentrations in Great Lakes watersheds, and another on legacy nitrogen dynamics around the Chesapeake Bay.
Kim was featured as the newest Ecohydro Leaf on the AGU Ecohydrology Section blog. Click on the link to read about her ideas on the important emerging field of Urban Ecohydrology.
Shuyu Chang is joining the group and will be starting her PhD program in January. Welcome, Shuyu!
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