Welcome to the blog for the Oberlin College Geomorphology Research Group. We are a diverse team of students working with Amanda Henck Schmidt on geomorphology questions. This blog is an archive of our thoughts about our research, field work travel notes, and student research projects. Amanda's home page is here.

Monday, October 27, 2014

First Blog Post \m/

This semester, working with Megan and analyzing the hydrostation data has been really cool! When I first started working in the lab this summer, I felt like I'd never be able to remember everything I needed to know, but now I am feeling confident and super glad that I could even explain a lot to Megan.

<---Here's a picture of Megan running her first sample!

Since we just returned from fall break, I'm excited to get back in the swing of things. As Megan and I finish up analyzing the data for basin 55, it will be interesting to move on to other basins and be able to compare the data between stations. I'm really looking forward to continuing these analyses and seeing what conclusions we can draw.