Matthes Lab Research Featured on Dartmouth Now

Research conducted in the Matthes Lab in collaboration with the Baldocchi Biometeorology Lab at UC Berkeley was featured in a story today at Dartmouth Now. Wetlands play an important role in fluxes of global greenhouse gases, as they maintain high rates of carbon dioxide uptake, but also can release large amounts of methane. This research examined the trade-offs betweenContinue reading “Matthes Lab Research Featured on Dartmouth Now”

Workshop on Future Scenarios for New England

On October 26-28, Jaclyn attended a training and planning workshop for the NSF Research Coordination Network S3: Scenarios, Services, and Society at the Migis Lodge on Lake Sebago in Maine. The workshop started off with a 1-day training session on Stakeholder Engagement, Participatory Research, and Actionable Science led by the Consensus Building Institute. The secondContinue reading “Workshop on Future Scenarios for New England”

Seminar at OSU Environmental Science Graduate Program

Jaclyn gave an invited seminar at the Ohio State University Environmental Science Graduate Program on Friday, October 3 titled, ‘Plant and microbial carbon flux coherence within managed and agricultural wetlands in the California Delta’. There was also time for a rainy visit to the Olentangy River Wetland Research Park and the Bohrer lab wetland CH4Continue reading “Seminar at OSU Environmental Science Graduate Program”

International lake flux workshop at Hyytiala field station

Jaclyn presented at an international workshop on measuring and modeling greenhouse gas fluxes from lake ecosystems at the Hyytiala Forestry Field Station in Finland from September 15-19. Lakes are complicated systems for measuring the exchange of greenhouse gases, particularly for methane flux, and the workshop was an excellent opportunity to share experiences and to developContinue reading “International lake flux workshop at Hyytiala field station”