Hanging out and measuring drawdown at the pumping well at Hornsby Bend.
Monitoring the vadose zone.
Vadose zone experiments.
John Nowinski explaining how to use the soil moisture profiler.
Piezometer profile in the riparian zone of the Colorado River.
Surveying the piezometers.
Taking field notes.
Prof. Phil Bennett lecturing.
Lecture hall at 10,000 ft.
Lecturing about field chemistry and sampling protocols.
Water quality testing.
Water sampling and field chemical analysis.
Measuring dissolved oxygen.
Sampling near the weir installed by U. of Arizona researchers
Lecture at the end of the day on using the field spectrophotometer (at the Valles Caldera NP Science Center).
The downstream study transect on Redondo Creek
Redondo peak in the background.
Lots of piezometers.
Surveying thermal rod in Redondo Creek.
The upstream/ headwaters study transect on Redondo Creek
Number crunching at the end of the day at the Valles Caldera NP Science Center.
Testing the thermistor profile.
Stream gauging near the headwaters.
Programming the Aqua Troll pressure-salinity-temperature probe.
Releasing a rhodamine/salt tracer.
Sampling for the tracers.
Installing thermistors in the downstream transect.
Pneumatic slug testing of streambed sediment.
Pneumatic slug testing.
Stream gauging at the downstream transect.
This is what lab fees are spent on.
Filtering samples in the lab.
Driving in a piezometer for slug testing.
Vadose zone monitoring and electrical resistivity electrodes/cables.
Preparing for water sampling.
Sampling in the downstream transect.
Running the field spectrophotometer.
Installing the slug test manifold.
Hydro Field Camp 2010 at Valle Grande
Audrey Sawyer discussing her study site.
TAs: John Nowinski, Wendy Robertson, Aaron Jones, and Jay Santillan
La Jara Creek.
Hydro Field Camp 2010 at Redondo Creek with Redondo Peak in the background
Observation wells at Hornsby Bend.
Robert Reedy of the BEG discussing the Geoprobe.
Cores collected with the Geoprobe.