Thursday, October 11, 2012

United in Los Angeles

A quick update from Los Angeles.  A while back we mentioned that I would be moving to LA to take a job at USC.  That move occurred after the field season in New Mexico, and so both H2VP authors are now residents of Los Angeles (and USC)!  I have a lot to get running and I am terribly behind the schedule I set for myself in late August, so blogging will be rare until I am caught up.

In the meantime, I have posted a slightly longer update at http://aeroevo.blogspot.com/2012/10/updates.html.  You'll see, in short, what I've been up to these last two months...

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