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LCB webpage and blog have moved!

This platform has been a nice place for the LCB blog for the past 7 years, but I’ve moved to site with unified web/blogging functions that worked well for me. The new URL is here: About half of the … Continue reading

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After a bit of a hiatus (I blame Twitter), I’m going to start blogging again. I’ve also learned (though I’m not surprised) that the Fulbright program is under threat, and since I’m currently on a Fulbright in Nicaragua right now, … Continue reading

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New opportunity at LCB/UNR for Masters/PhD Geography or PhD in EECB

I anticipate bringing on a new graduate student (funded by an assistantship) for Fall 2015 at the University of Nevada, Reno ( There are several active and overlapping projects that a new student could participate in; these involve avian landscape ecology … Continue reading

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Student learning outcomes for intro remote sensing course

As with many universities, UNR is seeking to make explicit each course’s student learning outcomes (SLOs).   I teach an advanced-undergrad/grad introductory remote sensing course here.   Students come from a variety of backgrounds but tend to be from geography, … Continue reading

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Perspectives from Project HEAT 2014

We just wrapped up our middle school summer engagement workshop called Project HEAT and I’m exhausted (in a good way).   Working with a team from UNR Geography, the Raggio Research Center for STEM Education, and the Dean’s Future Scholars program, we … Continue reading

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2013 LCB potluck/Pétanque clash

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Just had our annual LCB cookout/potluck at Casa Albright.  And, following tradition, sharp elbows came out for the pétanque action.


Comings and goings at LCB

  The new semester is underway and it is time to introduce a great batch of folks: Matt Bromley joins the lab as Master’s student.  A Reno native, UNR alum, and decorated Army veteran, Matt is also a research assistant at … Continue reading

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