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# Stream Ecology
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* Stream Ecology
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# Entomology, especially Plecoptera/aquatics
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* Entomology, especially Plecoptera/aquatics
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# Citizen Science, Environmental Education, and Education Outreach
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* Citizen Science, Environmental Education, and Education Outreach
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# Philosophy of Science
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* Philosophy of Science
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# Data Citation
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* Data Citation
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# GIS
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* GIS, Biogeography
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# Environmental Consulting
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* Environmental Consulting
==Publications==
==Publications==

Revision as of 23:37, 7 June 2010

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Contact Info

Sarah Judson (an artistic interpretation)
Sarah Judson (an artistic interpretation)

I'm currently working as an intern with DataOne research data citation practices.

Education

  • 2010, MS, Brigham Young University
    • Integrative Biology with an emphasis in Stream Ecology and Entomology
      • Thesis: Applied Taxonomy and Biogeography of Mongolian Stoneflies (Insecta:Plecoptera)
  • 2008, BS, Brigham Young University
    • Integrative Biology with Honors, minor in Visual Art
      • Thesis: Altitudinal and Seasonal Survey of Empheroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera in American Fork Canyon, Utah

Research interests

  • Stream Ecology
  • Entomology, especially Plecoptera/aquatics
  • Citizen Science, Environmental Education, and Education Outreach
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Data Citation
  • GIS, Biogeography
  • Environmental Consulting

Publications

  • S. W. Judson and C. R. Nelson. Survey of Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera in American Fork Canyon, Utah. Western North American Naturalist. In press.
  • S. W. Judson and C. R. Nelson. A Guide to Mongolian Stoneflies (Insecta: Plecoptera). In review.
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