The Upper Clark Fork Working Group will meet on Thursday, November 18 at 12 p.m.
Dr. Travis Schmidt will present information regarding his work on geologic controls on water quality and aquatic-terrestrial linkages.
Travis Schmidt, Ph.D., is a Research Ecologist for the Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center. He has degrees from The Pennsylvania State University, Virginia Tech, and Colorado State University. He joined the USGS as a Mendenhall Fellow in 2007 and has devoted his career to understanding how stressors shape aquatic and riparian ecosystems. His work focuses on using a combination of field observations, models, and laboratory experimentation to discover how ecosystems work.
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