The less obvious impacts of glacier change

Once again, health issues have limited my online time over the past few weeks. But I made sure to meet my prescheduled commitment to the CSWA blog: a post covering some of the reasons we’re concerned about retreating glaciers. Look forward to hearing from readers about their own experiences with and knowledge of glaciers and…

Engaging with Ecological Complexity

As I’ve talked about previously, I’m a hydroecologist. I love water, snow and ice, mountain environments – you get the picture. But I’m also an environmental scientist in the broad sense of the word, and have taught introductory envsci to undergraduates for several years. What I love to share with my classes are the intricate…

R is for Rambunctious Garden

Note: I’m a bit behind (should be at T today) as I’ve been out of web range the past while. I’ll attempt to catch up in the next day! I’ve been reading Emma Marris’ Rambunctious Garden, which I first heard about on Twitter in the fall. The comments were sufficiently intriguing that I decided to…