Eli Melaas and Mary Farina successfully defend their theses!

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June 13th, 2014

Mary successfully defended her MA thesis (“Relationships Between Tree Rings and Landsat EVI in the Northeast United States“) on May 27, and Eli defended his Ph.D. thesis (“Using Eddy Covariance, Remote Sensing, and In-situ Observations to Improve Models of Springtime Phenology in Temperate Deciduous Forests“) on June 5.  Both did outstanding jobs.  Eli is staying on as a post-doc here at BU in the LCSC group, and Mary as accepted a position as a Research Associate at the Woods Hole Research Center – congrats to both for outstanding work!