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Sylvia Schaefer successfully defended her Ph.D. research on the sources and fate of coastal nitrogen on June 23. Dr. Schaefer’s talk was entitled “Controls on Nitrogen Inputs, Loads, and In-Stream Concentrations in the Altamaha River, Georgia, and Beyond.” 

The department was well represented at this year’s Gordon Conference on Marine Microbes. Graduate students Brandon Satinsky and Bryndan Durham presented posters on their Ph.D.

Who am I? Currently, I am the Chief of the Branch of Biological & Social Sciences and Scientific Integrity Officer at the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), which is a bureau within the Department of the Interior.  In my role, I oversee a diverse staff of senior

Dr. Brian Hopkinson has been awarded a $50K 2014 Sloan Research Fellowship for his research on rising carbon dioxide levels in the ocean.  The fellowship is presented by the Alfred P.

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