Dept. alum Wang featured in NSF and USA Today articles

March 23, 2017

Former department graduate student Lixin Wang (PhD, 2008) had a recent publication featured by NSF on World Water Day. The paper, “Nonrainfall water origins and formation mechanisms” in Science Advances highlights the importance fog and dew play in the Namib Desert in Africa. You can find the manuscript here and NSF’s write-up here.

Wang also was a coauthor on a publication featured by USA Today on the origin of “fairy circles” in the Namib Desert. That manuscript can be found here and the write-up here.