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Congratulations to her for excellent research and hard work! Salinity x phosphorus response surface experiment begins! Welcome Kristina! Congratulations, scholars! Her work with Sean completed year one of field work in Texas with some interesting results linking differences in organic carbon breakdown at multiple spatial scales to organic matter quality and vegetation density in coastal marsh-mangrove ecosystems.

Two field technicians joined the lab to work on our upcoming salinity and phosphorus experiment in sawgrass wetlands. Welcome Mike and Michelle! Sean is setting up field sites for marsh-mangrove gradient studies in the Ten Thousand Islands, and preparing for field work in Port Aransas, Texas. Collaborator and short-term lab alumnus, Aingeru Martinez will be presenting our work on Eucalyptus dissolved organic matter and metabolic responses in freshwater biofilms at the ASLO meeting in Granada, Spain.

John, Shelby, Alexis, and colleagues collected many roots for breakdown and enzymatic measures associated with seawater dosing.