By Lauren Kuehne
January 8, 2020
As scientists, when we think about conservation problems, it’s often in terms of missing information – “knowledge gaps”, anyone? But the role of expertise – implying not only growth but also continuity in development and application of knowledge – is invariably less emphasized.
With essential freshwater ecosystems changing around the world, more interdisciplinary trained scientists are needed to think outside-the-box regarding these changes to help better sustain important resources.Read more
By Beka Stiling, MS Candidate, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Evidence suggests that the integration of energetic pathways via the transfer of resources across habitat boundaries can influence community structure, maintain species biomass, and promote food web stability.
August 8, 2019
With water-related challenges on the rise around the world, there is a splash of good news. A newly established Ivanhoe Foundation Endowed Fellowship will support University of Washington graduate students who are gearing up to tackle some of the most pressing water-related challenges in developing countries.