The DiTullio Lab is on their way to the McMurdo Station, Antarctica to TRace the fate of Algal Carbon Export in the Ross Sea (TRACERS). Aboard the RVIBNathaniel B. Palmer, they will be sampling seawater to access its biogeochemical properties to evaluate algal carbon export in the Ross Sea. Read TRACERS blog
During the Seventh Annual Graduate Student Research Poster Session, Leslie Wickes received an award for her poster, “Growth and Distribution of Lophelia pertusa Under ‘Acidified’ Conditions in the Southern California Bight.” Wickes was one of three presenters that received honors from the four judges. At least 250 people turned out to view the 22 projects in the session. Read more at the Graduate School blog.