Rebecca Rossi and Martha Jensen begin M.S. degrees in the ETAL

posted Aug 18, 2014, 4:01 PM by Nate Hough-Snee
The ETAL welcomes Rebecca Rossi and Martha Jensen, both of whom have joined the Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Lab at Utah State University to pursue Masters degrees. 

Martha, a New Jersey native, is no stranger to USU and the ETAL, as she holds a BS in Environmental Studies, Magna Cum Laude , from USU's Quinney College of Natural Resources and recently worked in the ETAL to implement the statewide Utah beaver restoration assessment tool project. Martha is also single-handedly responsible for making nearly every ETAL promotional material. Ever. She will be working on stream restoration and watershed characterization in response to beaver introduction and other restoration activities. 

   

Rebecca, a native of Maryland, who holds a BS in Earth Sciences and Archaeology, Magna Cum Laude, from Dickinson College recently finished a field season with the National Park Service at Mt. Rainier National Park. For her masters, Rebecca will be using aerial imagery and structure from motion to detect geomorphic change in the Grand Canyon.


Welcome Rebecca and Martha!
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