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Julie Kelso USU Department of Biology, Ph.D. Candidate, Ecology Juliekelso.weebly.com EDUCATION Utah State University, Logan, UT - Ph.D., Biology and Ecology 2013 - present University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR - M.S. Biology 2010 - 2012 Tulane University, New Orleans, LA - B.A. Environmental Policy
  Julie Kelso USU Department of Biology, Ph.D. Candidate, Ecology Juliekelso.weebly.com EDUCATION Utah State University, Logan, UT - Ph.D., Biology and Ecology 2013 - present University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR - M.S. Biology   2010 - 2012 Tulane University, New Orleans, LA - B.A. Environmental Policy   2002 - 2005 RESEARCH AND RELATED EXPERIENCE Research Assistant - Utah State University, Logan, UT 01/13 - present    Collected and analyzed water quality metrics of the Jordan River to for the Utah Division of Water Quality to develop recommendations for Total Maximum Daily Load allocations of phosphorus and organic matter    Developed research questions and managed all water quality data collected for the NSF funded project, iUTAH  –   innovative Urban Transitions and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability    Responsibilities included sampling of surface waters for nutrients and other water quality constituents, QA-QC of water quality data for iUTAH database, maintenance and sample analysis of Shimadzu carbon and total dissolved nitrogen analyzer and Aqualog spectrofluorometer    Teaching assistant for elementary microbiology, responsible for all lab prep, taught lab sections, supervised 3 sections, wrote exams    Teaching assistant for introductory biology course, instructed weekly laboratories Science Reporter - Utah Public Radio, Logan, UT 01/17  –  10/17t    Researched, wrote, recorded, mixed audio and published content for weekly news segment on science related topics in Utah    Feature writer on issues related to global climate change and water 01/17 - present Research Assistant - University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR 08/10 - 12/12    Monitored macroinvertebrate communities in 17 streams in north central Arkansas for potential effects of natural gas drilling    Installed and maintained photo-monitored gages in 6 stream reaches to characterize intermittent stream hydrology    Compiled and analyzed macroinvertebrate density and biomass data for 3-year sampling effort    Collected storm samples of total and volatile suspended solids from siphon samplers.    Teaching assistant for non-majors biology lab, prepared and instructed weekly laboratories PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Avian Biological Technician - Wildlife Conservation Society, Prudhoe Bay, AK 4/10 - 07/10    Banded migrating shorebirds for research investigating the effect of gas drilling on nest predation    Assisted with game camera monitoring of nest predators Assistant Outreach Coordinator - Alliance for the Great Lakes, Chicago, IL 04/08 - 09/08    Helped recruit and coordinate volunteers in Illinois and Indiana for annual Great Lakes beach cleanup  in collaboration with the Ocean Conservancy’s international beach cleanup day      Organized and conducted three team leadership trainings for principal volunteers    Maintained an online database to track volunteers and citizen science data    Promoted event to media outlets including web, radio, print, and television Noxious Weed Inventory Intern - U.S. Forest Service, Salmon, ID 5/06 - 11/06      Inventoried wilderness sites for US Forest Service noxious week inventory program    Used ESRI ArcPad and GIS to document and map noxious weed sites. Fisheries Intern - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bonneville Lock and Dam, OR 02/06  –  05/06    Monitored sea lion predation of fishes from Bonneville Dam    Identified predated fishes including shad, lamprey, Chinook, or Steelhead Wildland Fire Prevention Intern - Bureau of Indian Affairs, Cloquet, MN 06/05  –  11/05    Assessed over 1000 homes for risk to wildland fire on the Fond du Lac Reservation    Developed and implemented wildland fire prevention curriculum for grades K-5 PUBLICATIONS Kelso, J.E. and S.A. Entrekin. 2017. Intermittent and perennial macroinvertebrate communities had similar richness but differed in species trait composition depending on flow duration. Hydrobiologia. 10.1007/s10750-017-3393-y Epstein, D.M., J.E. Kelso, and M.A. Baker. 2016 Beyond the urban stream syndrome: Organic matter budgets for diagnostics and restoration of an impaired urban river. Urban Ecosystems. 19:1041-1061 DOI:10.1007/s11252-016-0556-y Kelso, J.E. and M.A. Baker. 2015. Filtering with a drill pump: an efficient method to collect suspended sediment and filtrate. Journal of American Water Resources Association. 52:1536-1541. DOI:10.1111/1752-1688.12368 Austin, J.B., J. E. Kelso, M. A. Evans-White, S.A. Entrekin. 2018 Can high volume hydraulic fracturing effects be detected in large watersheds? A case study of the South Fork Little Red River.  Current Opinion in Environmental Sciences & Health. In Review.  PUBLISHED DATASETS Kelso, J., M.A. Baker (2017). Dissolved organic matter spectrofluorometric properties along a mountain to urban gradient in North East Utah, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/7722d73be4b348a9ad874fe29086c1fb Kelso, J., M.A. Baker (2017). FPOM and DOM isotope values, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/4eb5c9c871e34aa4ae6951ce6d15020d PRESENTATIONS Kelso, J., and M.A. Baker. Characterization of organic matter sources within a matrix of land use in Northeast Utah. Ecological Society of America. August 2017.  Kelso, J., E.Rosi, and M.A. Baker. Light-degraded dissolved organic matter increased the decay rate of terrestrial organic matter in experimental streams. Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. June 2017. Kelso, J., and M.A. Baker. Characterization of dissolved organic matter sources along a mountain to urban gradient. Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2016. Kelso, J., D.M. Epstein, and M.A. Baker. Characterization of riverine organic matter in an urban landscape. Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2015. Epstein, D.M., J. Kelso and M.A. Baker. Organic matter budget for an impacted urban river stream. Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2014. Kelso, J., D.M. Epstein, and M.A. Baker. Characterization of sources of organic matter to an urban river. Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2014. Kelso, J., D.M. Epstein, and M.A. Baker. Characterization of sources of organic matter to the Jordan River, UT. Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology. May 2014. Musto, A., S.A. Entrekin, N. Jensen, J.E. Kelso, B. Haggard, C. Gallipeau, E. Inlander, and L.Massey, The relationship between land disturbance and trace elements in streams of north-central Arkansas. Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2013. Kelso, J.E. and S.A. Entrekin. Use of the hyporheic zone as refuge by macroinvertebrates in an intermittent and perennial Ozark stream. Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2013. Kelso, J.E. and S.A. Entrekin. Macroinvertebrate communities in intermittent and perennial Ozark streams. Great Plains Limnology Association. October 2012. Kelso, J.E., and S.A. Entrekin. Macroinvertebrate communities in intermittent and perennial Ozark streams. Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2012. POSTERS Kelso, J., M.A. Baker. Characterization of riverine organic matter within a matrix of landuse in northeast Utah. American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Gabor, R., R.M. Smith, J.F. Shah, J.E. Kelso, M.A. Baker, P.D. Brooks. The urban watershed as a transformer of dissolved organic matter chemistry. American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Kelso, J., D. Epstein, M.A. Baker. Light-degraded dissolved organic matter may have increased the decay rate of terrestrial organic matter in experimental streams. Utah State University, Spring Runoff Conference. March 2017. Kelso, J., D. Epstein, M.A. Baker. Characterization of dissolved organic matter along a mountain to urban gradient. Utah State University, Spring Runoff Conference. March 2016. Capito, L.M., J.E. Kelso, M.A. Baker. Diving into Utah’s water with spectrofluorometry. Utah State University, Undergraduate Research Symposium. December 2015.  Entrekin, S.A., B. Austin, J.E. Kelso, S. Polaskey, A. Musto, and M. Evans-White. Does hydrology and activity from natural gas development interact to alter quality of communities in small streams? Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2015. Butterfield, A., J.E. Kelso, M.A. Baker. Photodegradation of dissolved organic matter in the Jordan River, UT. National Conference on Undergraduate Research, April 2015. Kelso, J., D. Epstein, M.A. Baker. Spectrofluorometric and isotopic characterization of organic matter along a gradient of urban landuse. Utah State University, Spring Runoff Conference. March 2015. Kelso, J. and M.A. Baker. Characterization of sources of organic matter to an urban river. Utah State University, Spring Runoff Conference. April 2014. Kelso, J. and S.A. Entrekin. Macroinvertebrate community structure in intermittent and perennial Ozark streams. UCA Student Research Symposium. April, 2012. Kelso, J. and S.A. Entrekin. Does refuge affect macroinvertebrate communities in intermittent Ozark streams? Society for Freshwater Science Meeting. May 2011. Kelso, J. and S.A. Entrekin. Refuge use by macroinvertebrates in intermittent Ozark streams. University of Central Arkansas College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Symposium. April 2011. STUDENT MENTORING Lindsay Capito, Utah State University, Logan, Utah  –  2015-2016    Trained in analytical laboratory methods including spectrofluorometric analysis of dissolved organic matter, chlorophyll a, isotope sample preparation, and volatile suspended solids analysis    Assisted with experiment at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Experimental Stream Facility in July 2016 Simone Jackson, University of Utah, Salt Lake City  –  Summer 2015    Trained to collect aquatic macroinvertebrates and periphyton for stable isotope analysis    Helped identify macroinvertebrates to family    Helped summarize data for poster presented at the Society for Freshwater Science meeting Andrew Butterfield, Westminster College, Salt Lake City  –  Summer 2014    Conducted an experiment on the Jordan River in which Andrew collected, analyzed and presented results at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research 2015 Chelsea Miller, Carolyn Pollard, David Hiltenbrand, Loren Biggs, University of Central Arkansas  –  2011-2012    Trained and managed undergraduate student workers hired to sort and identify macroinvertebrates and process organic matter biomass samples.    Lead macroinvertebrate sampling field campaigns in headwater streams. GUEST LECTURER BIO 1010 Science for the Citizen, Ecosystem Ecology, April 21-24, 2016 BIO 2220 Ecology, Community Structure, November 7 ,2017 MEMBERSHIPS AND SERVICE
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