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March 2, 2016
This is a picture of a Fluvial Systems class held outdoors.

Fluvial Systems Training Coming Up

FORT’s Jonathan Friedman will be teaching the USGS-NTC Training Class, “Geomorphic Analysis of Fluvial Systems” in Baltimore, Maryland, May 9-13, 2016. This 5-day class, targeted to USGS Science Center personnel and cooperators, covers channel form, processes of channel change, flow hydraulics, sediment transport, flood disturbance, effects of vegetation, and river restoration. The instructors will be USGS research scientists Faith Fitzpatrick, Jonathan Friedman, Allen Gellis, and Jim O’Conno

December 15, 2010

Bat Wings Get the Brunt of White-Nose Syndrome

White-nose syndrome, now thought to be caused by the recently discovered fungus Geomyces destructans, is causing unprecedented mortality in several species of cave-dwelling bats during winter hibernation.

May 22, 2009

USGS Scientist Receives Citation for Meritorious Service

The U.S. Department of the Interior recently recognized FORT Research Zoologist Thomas J. O’Shea with the Meritorious Service Award for his outstanding scientific contributions to the USGS in mammalian wildlife ecology and conservation. This award recognizes DOI employees who have demonstrated longstanding excellence in serving Interior’s mission. Throughout his 30-year career, Dr.

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