UM BRIDGES trainees will be presenting their research on Friday, February 22 during the University of Montana’s Graduate Conference (GradCon).
UC Room 332
10:40 Adam Snitker – Exploring knowledge in periods of drought: Understanding how producers use, exchange, and regard local and expert knowledge
UC Room 330
11:00 Kristin Sleeper – Tribal Water Rights and Water Conflicts in Montana
11:20 Luke Fisher – Estimating Erosion and Validating Sediment Yield Models in the Magdalena River Basin, Colombia
11:40 Anne Harney – Identifying the Capacities for Resilience on the Fairfield Bench, Montana: A Case Study
1:30 Brian Stampe – An investigation into wheat’s vulnerability in the western U.S.
1:50 Nick Thiros – Investigating the Use of Environmental Chemical Tracer Concentrations to Reduce the Uncertainty of Modeled Groundwater Flow and Transport in a Fractured Rock System
2:10 Jordan Gilbert – Modeling spatial and temporal variability of sediment balance across a southern California watershed
5-6 pm, UC North Ballroom – Poster Presentations
Kaitlin Perkins – Investigating the size, distribution, and associations of contaminants in the Upper Clark Fork River, Montana