Congrats & au revoir to Melinda

Congratulations and a fond farewell to Melinda Marsh who has successfully defended and completed her masters thesis entitled: Using high-frequency data and concentration-discharge relationships to describe solute mobilization and transport in suburban and urban watersheds

Melinda’s very cool research is one of the first studies to use multiple ions and concentration-discharge (C-Q) relationships to investigate on the effects of impervious surface area in urban areas on solute mobilization and transport. Her next adventure is doing a Ph.D. at Penn State with Jon Duncan in the Watershed Ecohydrology and Biogeochemistry Lab.