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Research

University of Michigan, CEE Departmental Seminar, 2008: Presentation 
Saint Anthony Fall lab, UMN, presentation in seminar series, 2008: Presentation 
EM08 conference, 2008, Minneapolis: Presentation 
FETCH model presentation- tree crown canopy hydrodynamics: Presentation to Moorcroft lab, Harvard 
Duke University, CSEM, Friday Visualization Forum lecture, 4/13/2007: See the wind blow: virtual reality as a development and a science communication tool for large eddy simulations 

ILEAPS 2006, Boulder, CO: Poster 
AGU, fall 2007, San-Francisco, CA: Poster 

CEE Magazine: Cover Story
Virtual Canopy Generator - V-CaGe, Bohrer et al. Tellus B: Download V-CaGe program in MATLAB, check README file for details
Duke Immersed Virtual Reality facility (DiVE) promo: Virtual Forest Yields Clues to Climate at Duke University 


Ameriflux Core Site Project

Much of our research is conducted in close assocation with the AmeriFlux network of research facilities distributed across the Americas. We operate one of the Core AmeriFlux sites supported by the U.S. Department of Energy through the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBL).

 

Visit Ohio State's Ameriflux Core Site Project website for more information about Ohio State's Olentangy River Wetland Research Park, the University of Michigan Biological Station and the Sylvania Wilderness and Recreation Area.

The Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park at The Ohio State University