While some of us are preparing for a truly epic field season in the marshes of the east coast, the forests of the upper midwest, the skies of the mid-Atlantic, and from space (well, with the help of satellites), others are preparing to defend their dissertations. With lots of new and varied projects gearing up, we welcome several new student and postdoc collaborators!
Big-time congratulations to our phenomenal award-winning, graduating, and authored students in the lab: Laura Hickey—Outstanding Biology MS Award; Kayla Mathes—Outstanding Biology PhD Award; Kerstin Niedermaier—Outstanding Biology TA Award. Congrats to Spring MS graduates, Kerstin and Laura, on the publication of their theses in peer-reviewed journals!
We’ve moved back to Richmond from the University of Michigan Biological Station and are gearing up for multiple new projects. With several recent lab graduates moving on and newly funded research, we are eager to partner with new students and postdocs on forest and wetland carbon cycling, and remote sensing focused projects. Reach out if you’d like to hear more!