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Where does water go when it rains? Conceptualizing runoff processes in headwater catchments
The Department of Earth Sciences presents the spring 2011 K. Douglas Nelson Lecture Series, featuring Dr. Jeffrey McDonnell, G.S.A. Birdsall-Dreiss Lecturer from Oregon State University. The title is “Where does water go when it rains? Conceptualizing runoff processes in headwater catchments.”
The lecture will be held on a special date, Monday, April 11, at 4 p.m. in room 210, Heroy Geology Lab; refreshments will be served. Anyone wishing to meet with McDonnell can contact his host, Professor Donald Siegel. The University community and public are welcome to attend.
Contact Person: Bonnie Andrews, Earth Sciences, 315-443-2672, firstname.lastname@example.org