Thursday, July 7, 2016 10 – 11 am. Burt 193. Student Defense: Ms. Sarah Nalven (M.S., OEAS). "Decoding DOM degradation with metatranscriptomics: How is microbial metabolism altered when carbon source has been exposed to sunlight?"
Sarah Henkel, Senior Researcher at HMSC just completed an exciting cruise. Read about it in iMPACT.
Emily Wisler, a recent undergraduate intern with Kathie Dello in OCCRI, had one of her internship products picked up by WxShift which is one of Climate Central’s websites, and has a very broad readership. Nice job Emily!
A reminder: scheduling meeting rooms in CEOAS is now done online. If you haven't created a login you will need to set that up first. Once you have your login you can view the available rooms and schedule your time and space. If edits are needed, please contact Biana via email. Information about the rooms and the available technology can be viewed from the Staff and Faculty page on our website, under online room scheduling.
Please remember to remove your event if you need to cancel or reschedule. This will allow others to use the space.
Students in Jack Barth and Gonzalo Saldias' (TA) OC433/533 "Coastal and Estuarine Oceanography" class fieldtrip deploying a CTD (conductivity=salinity-temperature-depth) instrument off R/V Elakha. From left to right: Undergraduate Integrative Biology student Zach Wallace and MRM graduate students Janan Evans-Wilent and Yuan Gao.