Our first lab paper (Klein et al., 2022) was published in the July 2022 issue of the The American Naturalist. The section is titled: “Nature, Data, and Power: How Hegemonies Shape Biological Knowledge.” Five of the co-authors are current and former University of Washington students (Klein ’21, Lee ’21, Courtney, Lau ’20, and Lewis-Smith). Read more about the papers accepted for this special section here.
Underflows: Queer Trans Ecologies and River Justice
a new book by P.I. Dr. Cleo Wölfle-Hazard
read about Underflows and how to order it here
science for the riparian dispossessed
The F.R.E.S.H Water Relations Lab begins as an in-the-flesh and virtual space for research in rivers, coasts, and oceans. We take a feminist approach to organizing the lab’s collective work, and welcome short and long-term visitors who share our interests.
The F.R.E.S.H Water Relations Lab brings queer theorists, ecological field researchers, and local land-based practitioners into conversation.
Get in touch with your field stories, questions, invitations, or inquiries about joining the lab as a student.