Anat presents a poster at the Israeli Geography Society annual meeting
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel, December 17-18 2017
Biophysical field methods course in Namibia
Gobabeb Training and Research Center - June 23 - July 6 2017
Dawn-to-dusk measurements in the vineyard
Asfaw, Tal, and Miri helping Noam out - August 2016
A Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard at Nana Farm
Summer 2015. Natasha at the shading net experiment - setting the nets, taking thermal photos, and even making wine.
Bringing an undisturbed sand sample from the Nizzana sand dunes
May 16, 2015. Excavating the sample took us less than an hour. Getting the car out of the sand took another two hours and some help from the locals.
Mashash Experimental Farm after a flood event
December 23, 2014. The limans are all full after a flood event.
Taking an undisturbed soil sample for the micro-lysimeter
May 25, 2014. Luckily we weren't ready for the May 1st deadline. We had 22 mm rain (~1/4 of the annual precip) in less than 24 hours a couple days later... now we are! Just in time
Setting up nighttime flux measurement station at the Sede-Boqer campus
April 2014 (will we be ready to start measuring May 1st?)
Preparing thermocouples in the lab
March 2014 (Anat and Mariela discover how fun it is to weld and solder)
Evapotranspiration partitioning in an isolated vineyard in the Negev Desert
2011-2013 - Dilia's PhD project - is it more fun to measure or to write?
Measuring dew and vapor adsorption at the Mashash Experimental Farm
Summer 2002 - my PhD... once upon a time