New research paper published in Nature

October 25, 2014
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Jeremy Venditti led a recent study which found that rivers flow in a much more complex pattern than was originally thought. The authorship includes two students from the River Dynamics Laboratory (RDL) at SFU: Ryan Bradley (Ph.D candidate) and Malcolm Little (Physical Geography B.Sc. student and RDL Technician).  Please find the PDF and HTML version here. Multiple media outlets and news websites carried the story.

The editors highlighted the paper in the 'News and Views' section with a comment entitled 'Earth science: A fresh look at river flow': http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v513/n7519/full/513490a.html.

To listen CBC Radio International story, please visit http://www.rcinet.ca/en/2014/09/25/canadian-study-changes-knowledge-of-canyon-rivers/

Full story (CBC Radio International): http://at.sfu.ca/UMMvFe

Full story (Nature World News): http://at.sfu.ca/QsWBcj

Full story (DNA India): http://at.sfu.ca/XGvByA

Full story (Environmental Research Web): http://at.sfu.ca/GbIxQJ

Full story (Science Daily): http://at.sfu.ca/gQsuuq

Full story (Phys.org): http://at.sfu.ca/hTwlhj

SFU Media affairs also put out a release here.