Four folks from Matthes Lab will be presenting at the 2018 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Dec 10-14 in Washington, DC. We hope to see you all there!
- Andrea Sama (Wellesley ’19) is presenting a Tuesday morning poster on research from her Summer REU at UIUC and Senior Thesis research in the Matthes Lab on ‘The role of nitrate and oxygen diffusion in enhancing dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium rates in agricultural soils‘
- Ashley Lang (Dartmouth EEES Ph.D. Candidate) is presenting a Wednesday afternoon poster on her dissertation research, ‘Variability in Leaf Litter Decomposition Across a Forest Mycorrhizal Gradient‘
- Sarah Russell (Wellesley ’17) is presenting a Thursday morning poster on research conducted in her post-bacc Research Assistant position in the Matthes Lab on ‘Partitioning sources of methane emissions near a hydraulic fracturing field in West Virginia using stable isotopes‘.
- Jackie Matthes is giving a talk on Thursday at 4:15 in Convention Center 149AB on ‘Concurrent defoliation and drought alter near-term carbon, water, and energy exchange and recovery trajectories in forests,’ highlighting results from her currently funded NSF MacroSystems project.