Welcome to the Fluvial Habitats Center website, which is a joint research facility shared by  Dr. Joe Wheaton's Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab (ET-AL) and Dr. Nick Bouwes's Eco Logical Research Lab at Utah State University in the Department of Watershed Sciences

Recent Publications out of FHC

  • Hafen and Budy trout aggression paper in NAJFM Nearly three years ago I presented the results from this my undergraduate study examining aggression between Tiger, Rainbow, and Cutthroat trout at the Western AFS meeting in Boise, ID. Finally ...
    Posted Jun 5, 2015, 1:20 PM by Konrad Hafen
  • Budy et al. fish occupancy paper runs in Conservation Biology; MacFarlane bats cleanup Phaedra Budy, Mary Conner, and Nira Salant recently completed an effort in collaboration with the FHC's Wally MacFarlane to quantify the occupancy, extinction, and colonization of the endangered and ...
    Posted Apr 22, 2015, 6:35 PM by Joe Wheaton
  • Long-term Monitoring of Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Stephen Bennett published the results of seven years of spawning surveys for Bonneville Cutthroat Trout in a Logan River tributary as part of his post-doctoral research with Brett Roper ...
    Posted Mar 2, 2015, 8:45 AM by Stephen Bennett
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People in the Lab... Coming & Going

  • Ester Ramos visits FHC The FHC welcomes visiting scholar Ester Ramos. She comes to us from the University of Lleida (Spain) where she is working on towards her PhD. Her research is on ...
    Posted Jul 23, 2015, 3:40 PM by Jeannine Huenemann
  • Joshua Gilbert joins FHC The Fluvial Habitat Center (FHC) welcomes Joshua Gilbert to the team. Joshua recently received his B.S. degree in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences from Utah State University. During his studies ...
    Posted Jun 22, 2015, 8:42 AM by Jeannine Huenemann
  • Shane Hill leaving Shane Hill has worked in the ET-AL Lab as a GIS and Research Technician for various projects, under the direction of Wally Macfarland. Shane did a great job, but ...
    Posted Jun 22, 2015, 8:17 AM by Jeannine Huenemann
  • Jeannine Huenemann joins the FHC team The Fluvial Habitats Center (FHC) welcomes Jeannine Huenemann to its illustrious ranks. Having haunted the hallowed halls of USU for many a year, she hails from the Midwest where her ...
    Posted Feb 10, 2015, 7:17 PM by Jeannine Huenemann
  • Dan Hamill begins M.S. with the ET-AL The FHC welcomes Dan Hamill who recently began his M.S. working under the dual mentorship of Drs. Dan Buscombe (USGS) and Joe Wheaton. Dan will be working to develop ...
    Posted Jan 9, 2015, 1:02 PM by Nate Hough-Snee
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News from JoeWheaton.org



ET-AL FHC News

  • New ‘Structure-from-Motion’ Sandbar Surveying Method used by Youth Citizen Scientists in Grand Canyon National Park “participating in citizen science has widen my perspective and understanding of Grand Canyon and why it is vital to protect it”                                                                           -Grand Canyon YouthYouth citizen scientists collect images and ...
    Posted Jul 31, 2015, 1:39 PM by Rebecca Rossi
  • Beavers in the news A recent publication in Logan's Herald Journal - Bridgerland Edition on June 28, 2015 featured our favorite furry friend. The article, titled "As Busy as Beavers" was included in the ...
    Posted Jul 14, 2015, 2:01 PM by Jeannine Huenemann
  • Collaborative Beaver-Assisted Restoration Project on the San Rafael River   View looking upstream from the mouth of Moonshine Wash, Lower San Rafael RiverLike many desert rivers, the San Rafael River in Price County, Utah has become degraded largely ...
    Posted Jun 19, 2015, 2:38 PM by Jeannine Huenemann
  • Partnering with Beaver in Restoration workshop Utah Division of Wildlife Resources employees from around the state were in Logan, Utah on May 4 – 5 to participate in a Partnering with Beaver in Restoration workshop. During the ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2015, 10:35 AM by Jeannine Huenemann
  • Geomorphic Change Detection workshop Government and industry resource managers, restoration practitioners, and researchers attended a recent Geomorphic Change Detection workshop, in Logan, Utah on April 29 – May 1.Participants learned surveying techniques on the ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2015, 1:38 PM by Jeannine Huenemann
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