Time To Get Muddy!

Another week, another day of mud in the slough (Elkhorn Slough, that is)! This week someone else accompanied us on the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve boat, to do his research. Charlie is measuring fine scale changes in the geomorphology of mudflats in the slough using a terrestrial laser scanner Read more…

Crabby Data

Checking crab traps for research is quite fun, because you never know what you are going find! I am working with grad student Kat Beheshti who has several different projects, but her main graduate project is focused on the interaction between abiotic as well as biotic factors driving salt marsh Read more…