Steven T. Brantley, Ph.D.

New Field Guide Links Local Geologic History to Water Resources

Produced in collaboration with Louisiana State University, “Field Guide to the Hydrogeology of Ichauway” uses easily observed land features as examples where geology and hydrology come together. As it turns out, the present situation in this region is founded on millions of years of history that shaped the landscape. 

A Landscape-Scale Approach to Wetland Mitigation

The lab is excited to partner with Frances O’Donnell and Matt Waters at Auburn University and the Aquatic Biology lab on a new USDA AFRI grant to study the role of isolated wetlands in mitigating non-point source pollution. A detailed project description can be found here.

2020 ESA Annual Meeting

Tune-in to our presentations at the virtual Ecological Society Annual meeting: What has the greatest effect on sap-flow: a prescribed fire, a hurricane, or a solar eclipse? Presented by Steven Brantley. When fire is suppressed, pine woodlands lose water. Presented by Stribling Stuber. Grass-stage seedling physiology: water use under droughty conditions differ across soil types. Presented by Monica Harmon. […]