@AlanKasprak wins best student paper at #SEDHYD2015 @FluvialWheaton

One of the best things about living in the research world, is working with really sharp, motivated people. I've been extremely fortunate to be the slow, ugly one in any given room of researchers since I embarked on a career in ecological research and restoration. Within the ET-AL, my lab mates are remarkably sharp and motivated, talented and fortuitous, which always fuels me to stay on my game.

Keeping with this trend, ET-AL PhD Student Alan Kasprak just won the best student paper award at the annual interagency sedimentation and hydrologic modeling conference in lovely, Reno, NV. While this may seem like a fitting tribute to Alan's phenomenal dedication to high quality fluvial geomorphology research, it also provides the unforeseen burden of trying not to double his money at the sports book.
Kasprak doing field work.
Congratulations, Alan - now be sure to get your bet in before the Cavs (1:3 Eastern Conference champs/11:5 NBA title odds) tip-off at 6pm Pacific!


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