Past Student Work

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Maggi Kraft, former ISGC fellow, conducts research for her project, Estimating snowmelt in forested mountain watersheds with ground measurements, lidar remote sensing, and MODIS fSCA

Learn more about the important research done by Maggi and her team at Boise State University in this article.

Publications

Presentations

  • Rachel Stein, Fellow

    • Stein, R. (2021) Structure and Perspective: How Viewsheds are Affected by Individual Position in Diverse Habitats. Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society. Virtual.​

  • Rachel Stein, Fellow

    • Stein, R. (2021) Going from 2- to 3-Dimensional Data for Estimating Visibility: Exploring Viewsheds as a Property of Wildlife Habitat. Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society. Virtual.​

  • Maggi Kraft, Fellow​

    • Kraft, M. (2021) Variability of Evapotranspiration on an Elevational Gradient in Dry Creek Watershed, ID. Graduate Student Showcase. Virtual​

  • Rachel Stein, Fellow​

    • Stein, R. (2021) The Role of Acoustics in the Behavior and Ecology of Terrestial Mammals: A Systematic Review. American Society of Mammalogists. Virtual.​

  • Cayden Doyle, Intern​

    • Doyle, C. (2021) Consolidating Lunar Regolith. Advanced Materials and Processing Branch, NASA Langley Research Center Internship Exit Presentations. Virtual.​

  • Austin Hildebrand, Intern​

    • Hildebrand, A. (2021) SSEP - COSMOS. University of Alaska Fairbanks Space Systems Engineering Lab. Fairbanks, AK.​

  • Rachel Stein, Intern​

    • Burgett, S., Stein, R., Rachlow J. (2022) Unexpected habitat properties influenced by an ecosystem engineer: Preliminary findings, Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Virtual​

  • Rachel Stein, Intern

    • Burgett, S., Stein, R., Rachlow J. (2022) Unexpected habitat properties influenced by an ecosystem engineer: Preliminary findings, Idaho Conference of Undergraduate Research, Virtual​