Water distribution management student: Salinas, Ecuador
First launch of the balloon-based remote sensing platform
Alumnus working for the U.S. Geological Survey
Dr. Roth's rivers class conducting field research in the Little River
Work on a Peregrine Falcon reintroduction program
Dam study: Salinas, Ecuador
Dr. Ioffe with the Bashkirs on a research trip to the Ural Mountains
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