The past two days we have been field tripping with Chuck Nittrouer’s class from the University of Washington. They are a great group of students, post-docs and visiting professors all smart, personable, and fun to be around. Emily Eidam, Nittrouer lab alum and new faculty at UNC Marine Sciences was also part of the group. We spent one rainy day on the Newport River and Bogue Banks (it was actually a gale) and one beautiful day on Shackleford Banks.
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Looking for new lab mates
I’m looking for new graduate students to join the Rodriguez Lab. If you are interested in coastal science including sedimentology, geomorphology, and/or ecology look through this website to see if what we do is compatible with your interests. We can also team up with other faculty at UNC to provide additional expertise to your project.
Lab Musings (mostly)
- RT @NPR: Experts rate the risk of 14 activities, including: 🔹a backyard gathering with one other household ➡️ low to medium risk 🔹eating i… 01:45:54 PM May 24, 2020 from Twitter for iPhone ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @UNCims @UNC @unccollege @UNCSummerSchool @uncarchives @UNCResearch @SeaStoriesRP @KevinGuskiewicz @Oceandoc31… https://t.co/B5BTjg7KnZ 03:50:35 PM May 23, 2020 from Twitter for iPhone in reply to UNCims ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @UNCims @UNC @unccollege @UNCSummerSchool @uncarchives @UNCResearch @SeaStoriesRP @KevinGuskiewicz @Oceandoc31… https://t.co/s2Os9F1VD2 03:41:56 PM May 23, 2020 from Twitter for iPhone in reply to UNCims ReplyRetweetFavorite
Lesson plans for middle- and high-school teachers that focus on estuarine fish habitats can be found here.