Welcome Tony Timpano, Postdoctoral Research Associate

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Our lab is happy to welcome Dr. Tony Timpano in his new role as a Postdoctoral Research Associate. Tony’s PhD research focused on characterizing community structural response to increasing salinity and determining the optimal method by which to quantify salinity for the purposes of modeling that response. Tony pursued his…

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Tony Timpano successfully defends his PhD dissertation

Congratulations to Tony Timpano for successfully defending his PhD dissertation in August 2017! Tony’s research focuses on characterizing community structural response to increasing salinity and determining the optimal method by which to quantify salinity for the purposes of modeling that response. His dissertation title is “Toward improved assessment of freshwater…

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Trip Krenz: new paper published in Ecological Engineering

Robert (Trip) Krenz, Assistant Professor at Western Carolina University and a former doctoral student in the Virginia Tech Forest Hydrology and Soils Lab, has published a paper in Ecological Engineering.  The paper discusses results from a portion of his dissertation research, which focused on assessing structure and ecological functions of constructed…

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