Earlier this summer, in preparation for the recent 2013 Tahoe Summit, I was among a handful of UNR faculty to be interviewed about our research and teaching as they relate to the Tahoe Basin. It was fun to get to talk a bit about birds, citizen science, topography and climate interactions, and our conservation motivations — even if Tahoe itself is only a small fraction of the pixels we look at.
The 2013 Tahoe Summit Report has come out and a link to the feature is below. (Wonder if keynote speaker V.P. Al Gore read the report?)