Stephen Ho, a former undergraduate researcher in our lab, is back in town joining the Merced Irrigation District (MID) as a full-time Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition technician. Stephen assisted former PhD student Chelsea Arnold, who was co-advised by Prof. Berhe, in the study of hydrology and biogeochemistry of high-elevation meadows in the Sierra Nevada mountains. For more, read Stephen’s career profile since graduating from UC Merced with a BS in Environmental Engineering.
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