Grad Student Sarabeth Buckley presents work at New England Estuary Research Society

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May 6th, 2014

First year Earth & Environment Ph.D. student Sarabeth Buckley gave a talk this past weekend as part of the New England Estuary Research Society (NEERS) Spring Meeting in Salem, MA.

Buckley’s talk was titled “Salt Marshes and Sea Level Rise in Long Island Sound: A Synthesis.”

Buckley is advised by Assistant Professor Robinson “Wally” Fulweiler.

Also presenting at the NEERS Spring Meeting was another one of Prof. Fulweiler’s students, first year Biology Ph.D. student Tim Maguire. Maguire’s talk, “Urbanized Watersheds – Potential Sources of Silica to Receiving Waters” won honorable mention for best graduate student talk.

To learn more about Wally and her students check out her website, or see her recent publications and grants.