News!

Here’s what has been happening in the Coastal Biogeochemistry Lab!

September 2017

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A lot has happened since the last update in May!

Welcome to Katelyn Rainville (Mt. Holyoke)! She is joining the lab as part of the Undergraduate Semester At WHOI (SAW) program!

Sheron Luk is joining the lab as a MIT-WHOI JP graduate student! She is in her 2nd year and already a pro at collecting cores!

We had a great summer field season – thanks to R. Schneck (Amherst College), S. McNichol (Oberlin), G. Yoo (Boston College), and T. Glover (Andover Academy)!

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We are now on social media! Follow the muddiness on Instagram and Twitter @ SaltyMudology!

 


May 2017

Our first paper on salt marsh ponds was just accepted to JGR Biogeosciences!


March 2017

Another chapter in our research on created mangrove wetlands is published in Scientific reports!  Created mangrove wetlands store belowground carbon and surface elevation change enables them to adjust to sea-level rise by Ken W. Krauss, Nicole Cormier, Michael J. Osland, Matthew L. Kirwan, Camille L. Stagg, Janet A. Nestlerode, Marc J. Russell, Andrew S. From, Amanda C. Spivak, Darrin D. Dantin, James E. Harvey & Alejandro E. Almario.

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