Welcome Traci Popejoy, new PhD student

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. […]

Carla Atkinson wins 2015 Hyne’s Award

We are VERY proud of Dr. Carla Atkinson for winning the Hynes Award at the Society for Freshwater Science meeting in May. We are also proud of Dr. Daniel Allen for bringing home this award last year. #vaughnlab HYNES AWARD FOR NEW INVESTIGATORS SFS 2015 Hynes Award: Dr. Carla L. Atkinson Dr. Carla Atkinson is […]

NEW KIAMICHI RIVER ECOSYSTEM SERVICES ARTICLE

http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/social-perception-and-supply-of-ecosystem-services-a-watershed-approach-for-carbon-related-ecosystem

NSF PROPOSAL FUNDED!

We are excited about receiving three years of funding from the National Science Foundation for our project “Shifting hotspots -How do consumer aggregations interact to influence resource heterogeneity and fluxes in streams?”. This is a collaborative project with Kansas State University.

NEW ARTICLE ON FISH HOST MOVEMENT

Congrats to Pascal Irmscher on the publication of his article on fish host movement. Irmscher&Vaughn.Hydrobiologia.2015.  

NEW ECOSYSTEM SERVICES ARTICLE IS OUT!

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0143622815000430