Dissertation Defense - "A Tale of Two Scales: Insights into the impacts of benthic fauna on nutrient cycling"

Abstract: Global biodiversity has been decreasing globally and at times at an unprecedented rate. The alarming loss of keystone species can at times outpace research documenting their effects on their ecosystems. Making the link between benthic communities and ecosystem functions requires not only extensive field research, but also  an understanding of the mechanisms that link fauna and their effects on nutrient cycling.

Thesis Defense: Drivers of Groundwater Flow at a Back Barrier Island - Marsh Transect in Coastal Georgia

Jonathan Ledoux, a graduate student in Dr. Christof Meile's lab, will present his MS thesis titled “Drivers of Groundwater Flow at a Back Barrier Island - Marsh Transect in Coastal Georgia” on Friday, June 19th at 1:00pm in Marine Sciences Rm 261. Please join us for this event.

Seminar: Application of Biomarkers and Compound Specific Stable Isotopes for the Assessment of Hydrology as a Driver of Organic Matter Dynamics in the Everglades Ecosystem - Postponed

Dr. Ding He (Oliver) a post doctoral researcher working with Dr. Medeiros in the  Department of Marine Sciences will present a seminar titled: 

Application of Biomarkers and Compound Specific Stable Isotopes for the Assessment of Hydrology as a Driver of Organic Matter Dynamics in the Everglades Ecosystem:

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