October 12, 2018. Desiree has joined the editorial board of ASCE’s Journal of Hydraulic Engineering.

October 02, 2018. Happy 50th birthday to the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act! For more info, see: https://www.rivers.gov/wsr50/

June 19, 2018. Our 2016 Dam Removal Common Management Concerns paper was one of the most downloaded articles in JAWRA for 2017. 572 downloads in one year!

May 31, 2018. Congratulations to Sam Swanson, who successfully defended his masters thesis on, “Experiments on the hydraulics and swimming behavior of juvenile Chinook encountering a floating guidance structure.”

May 30, 2018. Congratulations to Arden Babb! She successfully defended her Honors College thesis, titled, “A Comparative Analysis of Automated and Time-Integrated Sediment Samplers.”

April 12, 2018. Congratulations to Julianne Robinson, who successfully defended her Honors College thesis today! Her thesis title is “Domestic Well Aquifer Storage Using Seasonal Springs.” She has already presented her work at the 2017 AWRA conference and earlier results are published in AWRA’s IMPACT journal.

April 11, 2018. Desiree’s article on “How to achieve better flood-risk governance in the United States” was published in PNAS today. You can find it here: http://www.pnas.org/content/115/15/3731

March 08, 2018. Congratulations to Luis Gomez, who successfully defended his PhD dissertation today! His dissertation title is “From Perception to Planning: Adaptation in Flood-risk communities.”

December 08, 2017. Desiree has been serving on a National Research Council Committee to examine the complex management and decision processes at Mt St. Helens’ Spirit Lake and the Toutle River downstream. The committee’s final report was published today, which you can find here.

October 25, 2017. Desiree is giving an invited talk at the Geological Society of America today based on Susan Elliot’s masters research on Physical Modeling of of the Feedbacks Between a Reed Canarygrass Patch, Wake Dynamics, Bedform Evoluation. Come by the session on Linking Physical and Ecological Processes from Source-to-Sink to investigate Multi-scale Response to Restoration!

September 18, 2017. Congratulations to Lauren Bomiesl, who successfully defended her MS in Water Resources Engineering today! Her thesis title is: Nutrient Transport Conditions in the Ecuadorian Andes.

September 13, 2017. Check out Julianne Robinson’s new publication on Domestic Well Aquifer Storage and Recovery Using Seasonal Springs!

April 30, 2015. We’re going to be movie stars! Our film on Reintroducing Large Wood to Rivers is premiering at Hollywood Theater in Portland tonight. Watch the film (https://vimeo.com/64926424) or come see it at the theater tonight.

https://hollywoodtheatre.org/events/river-restoration-nw-stories-of-our-watershed/

June 28, 2013. Check out Desiree’s interview on OPB’s Think Out Loud.

OPB: The Toll of Hydropower in China

June 21, 2013. Science reaching non-scientists.

Forbes.com: Small hydropower may harm environment more than big hydro