Niels’ field work is over. This is a major milestone in his PhD studies, so in this blog-post you can find an interview, where I asked him few questions about grad school, his project, free time, and near future plans. Additionally, I’ve selected some of his (and few of my) Instagram field pictures from Bear Creek (Dubois, Wyoming). Enjoy!
Summer field season 2016 started about a week ago and Niels is twitting his field updates almost everyday (you can follow him at @niels_c). I have been posting photos from Niels’ field work since last year, so you can find some more pictures and info by clicking on these links: Pre-irrigation NMR measurements May 2015 Spotting wildlife April […]
Once again I am posting photos from the field site in Dubois. The project is about quantifying return flow from flood irrigation. Niels Claes (PhD student, WyCEHG), who’s working on this project, is interested in the subsurface component of the water budget. At the end of April we were back to the field site in […]
Photos from Bear Creek field site, April 8-10, pre-irrigation NMR survey. This is my second time assisting with surface NMR measurements at this site; last year we went in May, so the threes were already green (click for last year pics). The stream shown on the pictures is Bear Creek, a Wind River tributary. The […]
Few days ago we opened the field season at Bear Creek (near Dubois) with some surface NMR. This year the pre-irrigation measurements were done almost a month earlier than last year (the pics form last year), so we were surprised by herds of mule deer, mountain goats, a moose-mama and a calve. When the weather […]