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MS Thesis Defense – Alexa Davis

Using Return Intervals and Nutrient Spiraling to Examine the 2019 Nebraska, USA Flood

Date: Time: 9:00 am
Contact: Jess Corman,
In March of 2019, many of Nebraska’s streams and rivers had the worst flooding in decades, and in some locations, the worst flooding on record occurred. The historic floods in Nebraska presented an optimal case study to examine how current technological resources can be used to enhance our understanding of floods and how these floods impact in situ stream ecosystem processes like nitrogen and phosphorus cycling. Furthering our knowledge of the quantification of floods and their impacts on stream ecosystem processes can help mitigate the deleterious consequences of floods.

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