SAVE THE DATE: the MEES 2019 COLLOQUIUM to be held ON OCTOBER 4TH AND 5TH AT THE INSTITUTE OF MARINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY (IMET), baltimore, MD.
SEE YOU THERE!
Tiny plastics, big environmental risk: UMD
Read all about MEES student Alterra Sanchez’s work here!
The 2018 Poster winner is Anna Kottkamp. Congratulations!
Anna Kottkamp is a second year Master's student in the MEES program, co-advised by Dr. Margaret Palmer and Dr. Katherine Tully. Anna is a Graduate Research Assistant with the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). Her research project focuses on the mechanisms of soil carbon sequestration in seasonal wetlands. In other words: why does carbon stick around in wetlands that aren't always wet? She is broadly interested in the biogeochemistry of terrestrial-aquatic interfaces, the impacts of altered ecosystem function on communities, and science education.
We would like to congratulate the following MEES Graduates of the Spring 2018 semester:
Chih-Hsien (Michelle) Lin, Ph.D.
Fan Zhang, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Kirsten Zinecker, Ph.D.
Read all about UMBC’s Dr. Colleen Burge’s studies in oyster aquaculture.
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SAVE THE DATE! MEES 2018 COLLOQUIUM WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 AT THE APPALACHIAN LABORATORY!
SAVE THE DATE! MEES COLLOQUIUM WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 & SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23!
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