Dr. Sarah Null

Aquatic Habitat, Climate, and Water Analysis (ACWA) Lab

Examples of Student Research | Peer-Reviewed Publications | Other Publications

Examples of Student Research

Prudencio, Liana. 2020. Water, fish, and fire: Interdisciplinary research on ecosystem services and climate adaptation. PhD dissertation in Watershed Sciences. Utah State University. Now: Researcher, Office of Groundwater and Drinking Water, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Washington, DC.

Goodrum, Gregory C. 2020. Improving aquatic habitat representation in Utah using large spatial scale environmental datasets. MS Thesis in Watershed Sciences. Utah State University. Now: Doctoral student, Utah State University.

Neenan, Johnathan. 2019. Evaluation of stream bank restoration to improve water quality in a semi-arid stream. MS Thesis in Watershed Sciences. Utah State University.

Balkcom, Thomas. 2019. Modeling lake temperature response to climate change in the Alaskan Arctic. MS Plan B Thesis in Watershed Sciences. Utah State University.

Kraft, Maggi. 2017. Optimizing barrier removal to restore connectivity in Utah's Weber Basin. MS Thesis in Watershed Sciences. Utah State University. Now: Doctoral student, Boise State University

Wood, Jessica R. 2017. Stream temperature monitoring and modeling to inform restoration: a study of thermal variability in the western US. MS Thesis in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Utah State University. Now: Stream restoration engineer, Alta Science & Engineering, Moscow, ID.

Mouzon, Nathaniel. 2016. Effects of Environmental Water Rights Purchases on Dissolved Oxygen, Stream Temperature, and Fish Habitat. MS Thesis in Aquatic Ecology. Utah State University. Now: Environmental scientist, St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, FL.

White, James S. 2015. Great Salt Lake Past and Present: Elevation and Salinity Changes to Utah’s Great Salt Lake from Railroad Causeway Alterations. MS Thesis in Watershed Sciences. Utah State University. Now: Hydrologist, USGS, Portland, OR.

Elmore, Logan. 2015. Effects of Environmental Water Transfers on Stream Temperatures. MS Thesis in Watershed Sciences. Utah State University. Now: Water quality and environmental compliance specialist, Tennessee American Water, Chattanooga, TN.