A paper has been published in Hydrological Processes detailing the CFSR data and its utility in hydrological modeling.
Nick Smith sucessfully defends M.S. project: “Nitrate and Phosphate Removal and Nitrous Oxide Production in Lab-scale Denitrifying Bioreactors.” Great job Nick!
A team led by our group is awarded $750,000 USDA Conservation Innovation Grant to study technology to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus transfers in agricultural drainage networks.
Our group, as part of an eight university/federal lab consortium, has been awarded a share of the $1,500,000 NSF Earth Cube grant to develop the next generation of data brokering in the geosciences.
Our CFSR dataset reaches 25,000 queries See where people are using it.
Emily Lassiter has been awarded a Virginia Water Resources Research Center Grant for her work on denitrification and green house gas emissions.