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Assistant professor Britt Johnson publishes two recent scientific papers

SEFS assistant professor Britt Johnson is an author on two recently published scientific papers.
The most recent was published in the Aug. 2020 issue of the Journal of Hydrology and is titled, “Paired air-water annual temperature patterns reveal hydrogeological controls on stream thermal regimes at watershed to continental scales.”
The study found that paired air-water annual signals are a promising tool for stream thermal regimes, and that air temperature adds critical information for water thermal regime classification. 

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SEFS professor receives funding to study how climate change will affect forest fires in western Washington

A SEFS project aiming to build a better understanding of how future climate change will affect the potential for fires west of the cascades and understand how fire and climate affect forest recovery and management options there has received $300,000 in funding from the USGS NW Climate Adaptation Science Center. 

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