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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Lab Musings (mostly)
- RT @annesmileyy: The 2022 @UNC_EMES grad student retreat was amazing! Loved spending time outdoors with fellow students and learning about… 08:27:27 PM October 12, 2022 from Twitter for iPhone ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @susanalesecohen: Have you met @ENEC_UNC graduate student @AndrewZachman? He studies the impact of forest stand structure and fire freq… 08:12:33 PM September 13, 2022 from Twitter for iPhone ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @UNCims: Did you catch the first field site blog post? Check it out! Stay tuned for a new post later this week. 06:00:09 PM September 11, 2022 from Twitter for iPhone ReplyRetweetFavorite
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- Explaining the wide range of salt marsh carbon accumulation rates August 12, 2022
- Working with John Anderson for 30 years June 18, 2022
- Elevations where oyster reefs grow best increase as they age June 3, 2021