- 2013 BS. Biology. Northern Arizona Unviersity
- General interests included fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, fish ecology
- Graduate research is focused on beaver ecogeomorphology
Karen Bartelt, is a research assistant for the ET-AL lab at Utah State University. Karen earned a degree in Biology from Northern Arizona University in 2013.. After completing her degree Karen worked as a wildlife and fisheries technician in eastern Arizona and southeastern Alaska before working in environmental consulting. In 2018 Karen began working with Dr. Joe Wheaton in pursuit of a Master degree in Watershed Sciences.
Examining geomorphic unit assemblages and geomorphic mechanisms of change that shape beaver dam complexes over time.