Wellesley students are busy conducting research in the Matthes EcoLab this summer! Dayna De La Cruz ’21 and Emma Conrad-Rooney ’20 are conducting research at the Harvard Forest Summer REU Research Program. Dayna is conducting a seedling transplant experiment to investigate biotic interactions between seedlings and mature trees that influence seedling survival. Fiona Jevon (DartmouthContinue reading “Matthes EcoLab Summer Research”
At Wellesley graduation this spring, Jackie was awarded the Samual and Anna Pinanski Prize for Excellence in Teaching. Given at graduation each year, this prize honors the teaching and mentoring work of three Wellesley faculty from across the disciplines.
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 onContinue reading “Matthes Lab at AGU Fall Meeting”
The EcoLab published a new paper in Forests that is part of a special issue on the impacts of emerald ash borer (an invasive insect that kills ash trees). Our study measured the impacts of emerald ash borer (EAB)-induced ash die-off on soil respiration flux over two years in a forest in New Hampshire with mixedContinue reading “EAB Paper Published in Forests”