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Morehead City, NC
On Oct. 1, Rodriguez Lab alum Justin Ridge was presented with the J. Charles Morrow Award for Graduate Research Excellence, in recognition for his accomplishments during his PhD. Jessie Straub, current MS student, gave her research seminar to the department directly after the ceremony. Big Day.
Lab Musings (mostly)
- @ChancellorFolt Very sad to hear this and a huge loss for UNC but I wish you great success with your next adventure. 11:19:41 AM January 15, 2019 from Twitter for iPhone in reply to ChancellorFolt ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @EmilyAElliott @disealab @ejtheuerkauf @Oceandoc31 @coastalgeology @WomeninCoastal I’ll send you a link to a folder… https://t.co/583Ns6bg05 08:56:48 PM December 29, 2018 from Twitter for iPhone in reply to EmilyAElliott ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @jt_ridge: This pond used to be deep within a phragmites marsh. After 2018 hurricanes, it has seen some heavy washover, and we are monit… 03:40:39 PM December 19, 2018 from Twitter for iPhone ReplyRetweetFavorite
Lesson plans for middle- and high-school teachers that focus on estuarine fish habitats can be found here.
Tag Archives: saltmarsh
We completed the restoration project after constructing reefs with 3,500 bushels of shell and planting 2,000 bundles of marsh grass. It took 2.5 days with 15 people working, including students, technicians, summer researchers, and faculty. I’m really pleased with the … Continue reading
Island overwash forms new intertidal substrate (washover fans) for saltmarsh colonization. As a barrier island moves landward in response to sea-level rise, that marsh sediment will eventually be eroded on the shoreface. To develop coastal carbon budgets, it is important … Continue reading
Last week Ethan, Justin, and Taylor visited that washover fan on Onslow Beach that formed during Hurricane Irene to measure aeolian transport during a wind event. They noticed that backbarrier marsh and oyster reefs were being buried by wind-blown sand. … Continue reading