Making Waves is a podcast produced by the Society for Freshwater Science that aims to bring current research in freshwater to a broader audience through engaging interviews with scientists. The podcast features short interviews with researchers in the field of freshwater science. Topics include biodiversity, ecology, technology, and more.
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If you are interested in being interviewed about your research, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including a brief statement of why you are interested in profiling your work. We are especially interested in covering recent high-profile research, but will consider any compelling story. You do not need to be a member of SFS to participate.
Stephen is a PhD student in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University. He is interested in ecosystem services of aquatic systems, how urbanization affects those systems, and how to build urban resilience by maximizing ecosystem service production.
Julie Kelso is a PhD student in Ecology at Utah State University. She spends her time trying to figure out what dissolved organic matter is composed of and how fast it decays. She is also a science reporter at Utah Public Radio and enjoys communicating the science of anything involving water to the people of Utah.
Eric is a PhD student at Arizona State University who is interested in the causes and consequences of intraspecific stoichiometric variation, especially in desert aquatic ecosystems.
Erin is a PhD candidate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University. Her research focuses on the role of disturbance in shaping the taxonomic and functional composition of stream insect communities in mountainous regions ranging from Colorado's Rocky Mountains to Ecuador's Andes.
Timothy is a graduate student in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Science at the University of Washington. He is broadly interested in aquatic ecology including predator-prey interactions, exogenous resource subsidies, resilience, and ecosystem management.
The Making Waves podcast would like to acknowledge facilities support from Arizona State University and the University of Washington.