#Summer19 Tag

Hiking Joe's Canyon trail at Coronado National Memorial. Team photo, from left to right: Erin Conway, Erica Doody, and Cody Walsh (Photo credit, Kubby, 2019). For many, the end is approaching since many internships are in their last week of work. For some others like...

On my blog #3 named Rock the Rhyolite I explained what is Unstable Slope Management Program (USMP) and the purpose and goal of the project. We rated 16 precarious slopes, 15 rockfalls, and only 1 landslide (Fig. 1) with the USMP methodology throughout Chiricahua National...

Sonora, México, with Erica Doody and Brooke Kubby (Photo credit, Garcia, 2019). After the webinar on applying to graduate school we had on Tuesday, July 9th, I was inspired by the words of Ricardo Escobar. Indeed, we must treat ourselves and explore the surroundings of our...

(Photo credit, Kubby, 2019). Chiricahua National Monument has an air quality monitoring station that studies visibility and ozone (O3), nitrogen (N) sulfur (S), and ammonia (NH3) concentrations. Every week we collect the data and send the information to associated organizations. Monitoring this data allows the park a better...

At Chiricahua National Monument with my primary supervisor and coworkers. Team photo, from left to right: Estefanía Vicens-Clavell, Jessica Garcia, Brooke Kubby and Erica Doody (Photo credit, Conway, 2019). USMP for Federal Land Management Agencies My main project during the summer will be the...

Bat mist-netting at Chiricahua National Monument. Team photo, from left to right: Erin Conway, Estefanía Vicens-Clavell, Estefanía Ramírez, Karen Krebbs, Erica Doody, Helen Fitting, Cody Walsh, Jessica Garcia, Vanessa Wyns and Brooke Kubby. Hello all! The first expedition into the Southwest of the United States...

Welcome to Coronado National Memorial! Hello all! My name is Estefanía Vicens-Clavell, I am from San Juan, Puerto Rico and I am very happy to be a Mosaics in Science intern this summer! I am interning as a geomorphology assistant at The National Park...