I’m pretty pleased that my IGERT team’s work has garnered both Judge’s Choice and Community Choice awards in the IGERT video and poster competition. IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship) is a National Science Foundation program to foster interdisciplinary research at the graduate level. Here at UC Davis, our team includes ecologists and a historian, and we have been looking at how floodplain restoration can be shaped by both bioeconomic constraints and historical legacies. My colleague Megan Kelso explains it all in our video:

Both the video and poster are archived on figshare and can be cited there.

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