Great news! Brandon recently got accepted into UAB’s Dental School! We are super proud of you.
We say goodbye to two wonderful labmates, Saranya and Callie. We wish them well and hope to see them again soon.
Stephanie, Yin, Edna, and I have a new remote sensing project to forecast algal blooms. Very excited to start on this project!
Reed Green beat me to publishing some of our data from our past large-scale, southeastern US lake monitoring project. Nice job, Reed! Green, W. R., A. B. Hoos, A. E. Wilson, and E. N. Heal. 2021. Development of a screening tool to examine lake and reservoir susceptibility to eutrophication in selected watersheds of the eastern and southeastern United States. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2021–5075, 59 pages (Website)
Matt, Edna, and I had a chance to share our water quality data and recommendations to improve the pond at the beautiful Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art with their Board of Directors. We are optimistic that an ecological approach will be used…and will work!
The lab is growing again. Welcome to our two new MS students, Hannah Zinnert and Suzanne Tenison.
We will also be welcoming a new German undergraduate researcher supported by the DAAD-RISE program -Susie Wittenzeller.
Congratulations to Angelea Belfiore for completing her MS degree and moving onto an exciting career counting phytoplankton samples at BSA Environmental Services.
Our remote high school researcher, Saranya, has found her way to Auburn to spend the summer with us to continue her research. Research super star!