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NASA Jet Propulsion Lab SURP grant received

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PhD student Cynthia Gerlein-Safdi was recently awarded a 1-year award from the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab’s Strategic University Research Partnership program!

CaylorLab work featured in new short film

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Mount Kenya is one of the major water towers in Kenya, but with an increase in population and water demand, the pressure on this scare commodity has been on ...

New “Campus as a Lab” project

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Kelly Caylor, and Forrest Meggers, assistant professor of architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, just got selected for a new ‘...

Arable featured in PAW

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The Caylor Lab and Arable were recently featured in an article from the Princeton Alumni Weekly Magazine.

Teaching the TBI Field School students

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Students from the Turkana Basin Institute Field School recently spent some time at Mpala, learning about the field ecology of African savanna.

New article in Science

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Adam Wolf from the Caylor Lab, along with researchers at Princeton University and other institutions, just published a new article in Science

New paper in Ecosphere

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Drew Gower and Kelly Caylor co-authored a paper that was recently published in Ecosphere.

New paper in Nature Climate Change

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Lyndon Estes is the co-lead author on a paper that was recently published in Nature Climate Change and is currently highlighted on the front page of the jour...

New paper in Nature Geoscience

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Kaiyu Guan, Kelly Caylor, and Adam Wolf recently published an article in Nature Geoscience and the article is currently on the front page of the journal’s we...

New paper in Science

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Kelly and a group of scientists from Princeton University recently published a paper in Science on the influence of termite mounds in dryland ecosystems.

Two JPL SURP grants received

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We are very proud that we were recently awarded two separate 1-year awards from the Jet Propulsion Lab’s Strategic University Research Partnership program!

Conferences

AAAS Session on New Earth Observing Methods

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Lyndon Estes and Kelly Caylor recently came back from San Jose, where they attended the AAAS 2015 Annual Meeting to convene a session on ‘Advances in Earth O...

AGU Meeting of the Americas 2013

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Frances and Cynthia attended the AGU Meeting of the Americas, held in Cancun, Mexico from May 14th to May 17th 2013.

Ecohydrology

Environmental Sensing

New paper in ERL

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We recently published a paper in Environmental Research Letters that examines changes in the water available for growing maize in sub-Saharan Africa between ...

Field Work

Water in Africa art exhibit opens

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Trenton Franz and Alex Lester put together a series of photos and display text as part of a new art exhibit that is now on display in the E-quad café.

Field work

CaylorLab work featured in new short film

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Mount Kenya is one of the major water towers in Kenya, but with an increase in population and water demand, the pressure on this scare commodity has been on ...

Mpala from the sky

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Giraffes, elephants, zebras, camels, hippos: check out the splendid views of Mpala that Vinicius Amaral, a research intern this summer, shot from a drone ove...

New paper in Ecosphere

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Drew Gower and Kelly Caylor co-authored a paper that was recently published in Ecosphere.

PulseLab in California and New Mexico

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Group members went out to California in June to install sensors in agricultural fields with the goal of realtime monitoring of crop growth and microclimate i...

Climbing trees

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Over the past week, Kelly, Adam, Molly, Cynthia, and the undergraduate students who will be working in the lab this summer all took a two-days long tree clim...

Funding

NASA Jet Propulsion Lab SURP grant received

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PhD student Cynthia Gerlein-Safdi was recently awarded a 1-year award from the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab’s Strategic University Research Partnership program!

New “Campus as a Lab” project

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Kelly Caylor, and Forrest Meggers, assistant professor of architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, just got selected for a new ‘...

Drew Gower receives EPA STAR Fellowship

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Drew Gower just received a Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowship for Graduate Environmental Study awarded by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Two JPL SURP grants received

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We are very proud that we were recently awarded two separate 1-year awards from the Jet Propulsion Lab’s Strategic University Research Partnership program!

Interdisciplinary Science award from NASA

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We have just received support from NASA’s Interdisciplinary Science program to examine multiscale effects of fire on long-term climate and precipitation.

Trenton Recieves DDEP Award from NSF

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Our group has received support from an award from the Office of International Science and Engineering at the National Science Foundation.

Caylor lab receives LEEF III Award

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Li-Cor Biosciences has awarded the Caylor Lab with a Li-Cor 6400XT Photosynthesis Analyzer system to support inquiry-based learning in Princeton’s Undergradu...

General

New “Campus as a Lab” project

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Kelly Caylor, and Forrest Meggers, assistant professor of architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, just got selected for a new ‘...

Arable featured in PAW

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The Caylor Lab and Arable were recently featured in an article from the Princeton Alumni Weekly Magazine.

Elliot Chang’s thesis published in RCMS

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Elliot Chang‘s senior thesis on a new method to remove organic contaminants from water samples for isotope analysis was featured today on the CEE department’...

AGU Fellows program

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Kelly Caylor was on the team that worked for the past year to analyze and improve the AGU Fellows program.

Kelly Caylor

AGU Fellows program

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Kelly Caylor was on the team that worked for the past year to analyze and improve the AGU Fellows program.

Labwork

Teaching the TBI Field School students

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Students from the Turkana Basin Institute Field School recently spent some time at Mpala, learning about the field ecology of African savanna.

Lyndon Estes

New paper in ERL

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We recently published a paper in Environmental Research Letters that examines changes in the water available for growing maize in sub-Saharan Africa between ...

Media

Mpala from the sky

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Giraffes, elephants, zebras, camels, hippos: check out the splendid views of Mpala that Vinicius Amaral, a research intern this summer, shot from a drone ove...

Mpala Live! website launched

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The Mpala Research Center just launched Mpala Live!, an interactive website featuring a round-the-clock view of the hippos, elephants, and other incredible s...

News

NASA Jet Propulsion Lab SURP grant received

less than 1 minute read

PhD student Cynthia Gerlein-Safdi was recently awarded a 1-year award from the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab’s Strategic University Research Partnership program!

CaylorLab work featured in new short film

less than 1 minute read

Mount Kenya is one of the major water towers in Kenya, but with an increase in population and water demand, the pressure on this scare commodity has been on ...

New “Campus as a Lab” project

less than 1 minute read

Kelly Caylor, and Forrest Meggers, assistant professor of architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, just got selected for a new ‘...

Arable featured in PAW

less than 1 minute read

The Caylor Lab and Arable were recently featured in an article from the Princeton Alumni Weekly Magazine.

Elliot Chang’s thesis published in RCMS

less than 1 minute read

Elliot Chang‘s senior thesis on a new method to remove organic contaminants from water samples for isotope analysis was featured today on the CEE department’...

Teaching the TBI Field School students

less than 1 minute read

Students from the Turkana Basin Institute Field School recently spent some time at Mpala, learning about the field ecology of African savanna.

Mpala from the sky

less than 1 minute read

Giraffes, elephants, zebras, camels, hippos: check out the splendid views of Mpala that Vinicius Amaral, a research intern this summer, shot from a drone ove...

New article in Science

less than 1 minute read

Adam Wolf from the Caylor Lab, along with researchers at Princeton University and other institutions, just published a new article in Science

New paper in Ecosphere

less than 1 minute read

Drew Gower and Kelly Caylor co-authored a paper that was recently published in Ecosphere.

New paper in Nature Climate Change

less than 1 minute read

Lyndon Estes is the co-lead author on a paper that was recently published in Nature Climate Change and is currently highlighted on the front page of the jour...

New paper in Nature Geoscience

less than 1 minute read

Kaiyu Guan, Kelly Caylor, and Adam Wolf recently published an article in Nature Geoscience and the article is currently on the front page of the journal’s we...

AGU Fellows program

less than 1 minute read

Kelly Caylor was on the team that worked for the past year to analyze and improve the AGU Fellows program.

AAAS Session on New Earth Observing Methods

less than 1 minute read

Lyndon Estes and Kelly Caylor recently came back from San Jose, where they attended the AAAS 2015 Annual Meeting to convene a session on ‘Advances in Earth O...

New paper in Science

less than 1 minute read

Kelly and a group of scientists from Princeton University recently published a paper in Science on the influence of termite mounds in dryland ecosystems.

New paper in GRL

less than 1 minute read

We recently published a paper in Geophysical Research Letters that investigates the relationship between the ratio of transpiration over evapotranspiration (...

Drew Gower receives EPA STAR Fellowship

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Drew Gower just received a Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowship for Graduate Environmental Study awarded by the Environmental Protection Agency.

New paper in ERL

less than 1 minute read

We recently published a paper in Environmental Research Letters that examines changes in the water available for growing maize in sub-Saharan Africa between ...

PulseLab in California and New Mexico

less than 1 minute read

Group members went out to California in June to install sensors in agricultural fields with the goal of realtime monitoring of crop growth and microclimate i...

Field Ecohydrology at Mpala

less than 1 minute read

Kelly’s Field Ecohydrology class at the Mpala Research Center was recently highlighted on the National Science Foundation website

Mpala Live! website launched

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The Mpala Research Center just launched Mpala Live!, an interactive website featuring a round-the-clock view of the hippos, elephants, and other incredible s...

Two JPL SURP grants received

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We are very proud that we were recently awarded two separate 1-year awards from the Jet Propulsion Lab’s Strategic University Research Partnership program!

Congratulations Dr. Guan!

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Earlier today, Kaiyu successfully defended his PhD thesis on hydrological variability on vegetation seasonality, productivity and composition in tropical eco...

Nature Comment Published

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“Climate change must not blow conservation off course”, by Morgan Tingley, Lyndon, and David Wilcove was published in the comment section of this week’s Natu...

Article published in Global Change Biology

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“Projected climate impacts to South African maize and wheat production in 2055: A comparison of empirical and mechanistic modeling approaches”, written by Ly...

Climbing trees

less than 1 minute read

Over the past week, Kelly, Adam, Molly, Cynthia, and the undergraduate students who will be working in the lab this summer all took a two-days long tree clim...

AGU Meeting of the Americas 2013

less than 1 minute read

Frances and Cynthia attended the AGU Meeting of the Americas, held in Cancun, Mexico from May 14th to May 17th 2013.

Two articles published in Ecosphere

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Two articles authored by members of our lab are appearing in the March 2013 issue of Ecosphere, a relatively new on-line only and open-access journal publish...

Article accepted in JGR-Atmospheres

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Stephen’s article, ‘Error estimates in the assessment of the isotopic composition of surface fluxes: A direct comparison of techniques using laser-based wate...

Article accepted in Vadose Zone Journal

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A review article led by Keir Soderberg on methods for soil water vapor isotopic characterization and analysis has just been accepted for publication in Vados...

Article accepted in PLoS One

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An article based on our studies of root structure in the Kalahari desert has been accepted in PLoS ONE.

Article to be published in Ecohydrology

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We’ve just gotten news that an article written by Lizzie King (along with co-authors Trenton Franz, and Kelly) has been accepted for publication in the journ...

Interdisciplinary Science award from NASA

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We have just received support from NASA’s Interdisciplinary Science program to examine multiscale effects of fire on long-term climate and precipitation.

Article published in PNAS

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An article authored by Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe, Kelly, and Andrea Rinaldo has just been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Article published in PNAS

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An article authored by Stephen Good and Kelly has just been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Article accepted in Ecohydrology

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A research article by Lixin Wang and coauthored by group members Frances O’Donnell, Stephen Good, Trenton Franz, and Kelly has just been accepted for publica...

Holden Caylor joins the team!

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Holden Grey Caylor became the newest, youngest, and smallest member of the Caylor group last month.

Article published in Ecohydrology

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An article examining the impact of infiltration excess flow on models of soil moisture and plant water stress has been published in the journal Ecohydrology

Article published in Plant and Soil

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An article examining nutrient limitations on grass productivity in water-limited ecosystems is published in Plant & Soil

Trenton Recieves DDEP Award from NSF

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Our group has received support from an award from the Office of International Science and Engineering at the National Science Foundation.

Caylor lab receives LEEF III Award

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Li-Cor Biosciences has awarded the Caylor Lab with a Li-Cor 6400XT Photosynthesis Analyzer system to support inquiry-based learning in Princeton’s Undergradu...

Lixin to present at the EGU General Assembly

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Lixin will present a talk titled “Integrating hydrology and biogeochemistry in drylands: the Kalahari Transect as a model ecosystem” at the EGU general assem...

Article published in Water Resources Research

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An article authored by Kelly, Todd Scanlon at the University of Virginia, and Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe (Princeton University) has just been published in Wate...

Alex Lester brown bag seminar

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Alex will present a talk about his research for the brown bag series in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Lixin brown bag seminar

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Lixin will present a brown bag seminar in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Ewaso Water Project video

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Trenton Franz, a fourth-year graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, studies hydrology through the Ewaso Water Project, the field research c...

Water in Africa art exhibit opens

less than 1 minute read

Trenton Franz and Alex Lester put together a series of photos and display text as part of a new art exhibit that is now on display in the E-quad café.

Article published in JGR-Biogeosciences

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The December 2007 issue of JGR-Biogeosciences contains an article that Kelly co-authored with Paolo D’Odorico, Greg Okin, and Todd Scanlon.

Article published in Nature

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This week’s issue of Nature magazine contains an article authored by Todd Scanlon, Kelly, Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe and Simon Levin.

Article published in Ecosystems

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An article Kelly co-authored with Christelle Hély and others was published on-line in the journal Ecosystems today.

News from Mpala

CaylorLab work featured in new short film

less than 1 minute read

Mount Kenya is one of the major water towers in Kenya, but with an increase in population and water demand, the pressure on this scare commodity has been on ...

Teaching the TBI Field School students

less than 1 minute read

Students from the Turkana Basin Institute Field School recently spent some time at Mpala, learning about the field ecology of African savanna.

Mpala from the sky

less than 1 minute read

Giraffes, elephants, zebras, camels, hippos: check out the splendid views of Mpala that Vinicius Amaral, a research intern this summer, shot from a drone ove...

New paper in Ecosphere

less than 1 minute read

Drew Gower and Kelly Caylor co-authored a paper that was recently published in Ecosphere.

Field Ecohydrology at Mpala

less than 1 minute read

Kelly’s Field Ecohydrology class at the Mpala Research Center was recently highlighted on the National Science Foundation website

Mpala Live! website launched

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The Mpala Research Center just launched Mpala Live!, an interactive website featuring a round-the-clock view of the hippos, elephants, and other incredible s...

Photos

PulseLab in California and New Mexico

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Group members went out to California in June to install sensors in agricultural fields with the goal of realtime monitoring of crop growth and microclimate i...

Policy

Publications

Elliot Chang’s thesis published in RCMS

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Elliot Chang‘s senior thesis on a new method to remove organic contaminants from water samples for isotope analysis was featured today on the CEE department’...

New article in Science

less than 1 minute read

Adam Wolf from the Caylor Lab, along with researchers at Princeton University and other institutions, just published a new article in Science

New paper in Ecosphere

less than 1 minute read

Drew Gower and Kelly Caylor co-authored a paper that was recently published in Ecosphere.

New paper in Nature Climate Change

less than 1 minute read

Lyndon Estes is the co-lead author on a paper that was recently published in Nature Climate Change and is currently highlighted on the front page of the jour...

New paper in Nature Geoscience

less than 1 minute read

Kaiyu Guan, Kelly Caylor, and Adam Wolf recently published an article in Nature Geoscience and the article is currently on the front page of the journal’s we...

New paper in Science

less than 1 minute read

Kelly and a group of scientists from Princeton University recently published a paper in Science on the influence of termite mounds in dryland ecosystems.

New paper in GRL

less than 1 minute read

We recently published a paper in Geophysical Research Letters that investigates the relationship between the ratio of transpiration over evapotranspiration (...

New paper in ERL

less than 1 minute read

We recently published a paper in Environmental Research Letters that examines changes in the water available for growing maize in sub-Saharan Africa between ...

Nature Comment Published

less than 1 minute read

“Climate change must not blow conservation off course”, by Morgan Tingley, Lyndon, and David Wilcove was published in the comment section of this week’s Natu...

Article published in Global Change Biology

less than 1 minute read

“Projected climate impacts to South African maize and wheat production in 2055: A comparison of empirical and mechanistic modeling approaches”, written by Ly...

Two articles published in Ecosphere

1 minute read

Two articles authored by members of our lab are appearing in the March 2013 issue of Ecosphere, a relatively new on-line only and open-access journal publish...

Article accepted in JGR-Atmospheres

1 minute read

Stephen’s article, ‘Error estimates in the assessment of the isotopic composition of surface fluxes: A direct comparison of techniques using laser-based wate...

Article accepted in Vadose Zone Journal

1 minute read

A review article led by Keir Soderberg on methods for soil water vapor isotopic characterization and analysis has just been accepted for publication in Vados...

Article accepted in PLoS One

less than 1 minute read

An article based on our studies of root structure in the Kalahari desert has been accepted in PLoS ONE.

Article to be published in Ecohydrology

1 minute read

We’ve just gotten news that an article written by Lizzie King (along with co-authors Trenton Franz, and Kelly) has been accepted for publication in the journ...

Article published in PNAS

1 minute read

An article authored by Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe, Kelly, and Andrea Rinaldo has just been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Article published in PNAS

1 minute read

An article authored by Stephen Good and Kelly has just been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Article accepted in Ecohydrology

less than 1 minute read

A research article by Lixin Wang and coauthored by group members Frances O’Donnell, Stephen Good, Trenton Franz, and Kelly has just been accepted for publica...

Article published in Ecohydrology

less than 1 minute read

An article examining the impact of infiltration excess flow on models of soil moisture and plant water stress has been published in the journal Ecohydrology

Article published in Plant and Soil

less than 1 minute read

An article examining nutrient limitations on grass productivity in water-limited ecosystems is published in Plant & Soil

Article published in Water Resources Research

less than 1 minute read

An article authored by Kelly, Todd Scanlon at the University of Virginia, and Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe (Princeton University) has just been published in Wate...

Alex Lester brown bag seminar

less than 1 minute read

Alex will present a talk about his research for the brown bag series in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Article published in JGR-Biogeosciences

less than 1 minute read

The December 2007 issue of JGR-Biogeosciences contains an article that Kelly co-authored with Paolo D’Odorico, Greg Okin, and Todd Scanlon.

Article published in Nature

1 minute read

This week’s issue of Nature magazine contains an article authored by Todd Scanlon, Kelly, Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe and Simon Levin.

Article published in Ecosystems

less than 1 minute read

An article Kelly co-authored with Christelle Hély and others was published on-line in the journal Ecosystems today.

Research

CaylorLab work featured in new short film

less than 1 minute read

Mount Kenya is one of the major water towers in Kenya, but with an increase in population and water demand, the pressure on this scare commodity has been on ...

New article in Science

less than 1 minute read

Adam Wolf from the Caylor Lab, along with researchers at Princeton University and other institutions, just published a new article in Science

New paper in Nature Climate Change

less than 1 minute read

Lyndon Estes is the co-lead author on a paper that was recently published in Nature Climate Change and is currently highlighted on the front page of the jour...

New paper in Nature Geoscience

less than 1 minute read

Kaiyu Guan, Kelly Caylor, and Adam Wolf recently published an article in Nature Geoscience and the article is currently on the front page of the journal’s we...

New paper in Science

less than 1 minute read

Kelly and a group of scientists from Princeton University recently published a paper in Science on the influence of termite mounds in dryland ecosystems.

New paper in GRL

less than 1 minute read

We recently published a paper in Geophysical Research Letters that investigates the relationship between the ratio of transpiration over evapotranspiration (...

Drew Gower receives EPA STAR Fellowship

less than 1 minute read

Drew Gower just received a Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowship for Graduate Environmental Study awarded by the Environmental Protection Agency.

New paper in ERL

less than 1 minute read

We recently published a paper in Environmental Research Letters that examines changes in the water available for growing maize in sub-Saharan Africa between ...

PulseLab in California and New Mexico

less than 1 minute read

Group members went out to California in June to install sensors in agricultural fields with the goal of realtime monitoring of crop growth and microclimate i...

Two JPL SURP grants received

1 minute read

We are very proud that we were recently awarded two separate 1-year awards from the Jet Propulsion Lab’s Strategic University Research Partnership program!

Nature Comment Published

less than 1 minute read

“Climate change must not blow conservation off course”, by Morgan Tingley, Lyndon, and David Wilcove was published in the comment section of this week’s Natu...

Article published in Global Change Biology

less than 1 minute read

“Projected climate impacts to South African maize and wheat production in 2055: A comparison of empirical and mechanistic modeling approaches”, written by Ly...

Lixin to present at the EGU General Assembly

less than 1 minute read

Lixin will present a talk titled “Integrating hydrology and biogeochemistry in drylands: the Kalahari Transect as a model ecosystem” at the EGU general assem...

Article published in Water Resources Research

less than 1 minute read

An article authored by Kelly, Todd Scanlon at the University of Virginia, and Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe (Princeton University) has just been published in Wate...

Alex Lester brown bag seminar

less than 1 minute read

Alex will present a talk about his research for the brown bag series in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Lixin brown bag seminar

less than 1 minute read

Lixin will present a brown bag seminar in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Ewaso Water Project video

less than 1 minute read

Trenton Franz, a fourth-year graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, studies hydrology through the Ewaso Water Project, the field research c...

Water in Africa art exhibit opens

less than 1 minute read

Trenton Franz and Alex Lester put together a series of photos and display text as part of a new art exhibit that is now on display in the E-quad café.

Article published in JGR-Biogeosciences

less than 1 minute read

The December 2007 issue of JGR-Biogeosciences contains an article that Kelly co-authored with Paolo D’Odorico, Greg Okin, and Todd Scanlon.

Article published in Nature

1 minute read

This week’s issue of Nature magazine contains an article authored by Todd Scanlon, Kelly, Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe and Simon Levin.

Article published in Ecosystems

less than 1 minute read

An article Kelly co-authored with Christelle Hély and others was published on-line in the journal Ecosystems today.

Research Topics

Teaching

Teaching the TBI Field School students

less than 1 minute read

Students from the Turkana Basin Institute Field School recently spent some time at Mpala, learning about the field ecology of African savanna.

Field Ecohydrology at Mpala

less than 1 minute read

Kelly’s Field Ecohydrology class at the Mpala Research Center was recently highlighted on the National Science Foundation website

Climbing trees

less than 1 minute read

Over the past week, Kelly, Adam, Molly, Cynthia, and the undergraduate students who will be working in the lab this summer all took a two-days long tree clim...

Uncategorized

Congratulations Dr. Guan!

less than 1 minute read

Earlier today, Kaiyu successfully defended his PhD thesis on hydrological variability on vegetation seasonality, productivity and composition in tropical eco...

Article accepted in Vadose Zone Journal

1 minute read

A review article led by Keir Soderberg on methods for soil water vapor isotopic characterization and analysis has just been accepted for publication in Vados...

Video

CaylorLab work featured in new short film

less than 1 minute read

Mount Kenya is one of the major water towers in Kenya, but with an increase in population and water demand, the pressure on this scare commodity has been on ...

Mpala from the sky

less than 1 minute read

Giraffes, elephants, zebras, camels, hippos: check out the splendid views of Mpala that Vinicius Amaral, a research intern this summer, shot from a drone ove...