The Kiamichi watershed is now a case study for an international group examining water scarcity and social-ecological systems. http://pecswaterses.com/
About Caryn Vaughn
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Entries by Caryn Vaughn
Popejoy, T., C. R. Randklev, S. Wolverton & L. Nagaoka. 2017. Conservation implications of late Holocene freshwater mussel remains of the Leon River in central Texas. Hydrobiologia DOI 10.1007/s10750-016-3041-y
POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE – UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Shifting hotspots: How do consumer aggregations interact to influence resource heterogeneity and fluxes in streams? We are seeking a Postdoctoral Associate to work on an NSF funded project examining how interacting groups of consumers influence resource heterogeneity in streams. This is a collaborative project between Caryn Vaughn at the University […]
We have a new paper out that shows how social assessment of ecosystem services can be used to weigh tradeoffs among water resource uses for future watershed management and planning. Castroetal.JAWRA.2016
I am interested in conservation biology, biogeography and community ecology in freshwater systems. I believe multiple forms of evidence are essential to support conservation discussions. For my master’s thesis, I compared freshwater mussel shells from two archaeological sites to a contemporary survey and discussed the conservation implications of this comparison, such as potential habitat change. […]