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Susanne recognized as a 2020 ASLO Sustaining Fellow

Congratulations Susanne for being part of the 2020 ASLO SustainingFellows (https://www.aslo.org/congratulations-to-the-2020-class-of-aslo-fellows/). The whole lab is thrilled to see Susanne recognized as having sustained excellence in aquatic science and always contributing to fostering a diverse community to create and communicate knowledge . We look forward to the online 2021 Aquatic Sciences Meeting when Susanne will be officially honored.Unfortunately we won’t Read More …

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Congratulation Jason for your (URI)2 Grant

Jason just received an Undergraduate Research Grant (URI)2 for building a PlanktonScope, a plankton visualizer designed with an open-hardware, open-software mentality (https://www.planktonscope.org/discover). A perfect match between his engineering background and his work in the lab. We are all looking forward to perform the first plankton observations in the next few months. Well done Jason.

Pumpkin Carving

A little late, but it was so nice to meet all together, safely, last month in Victoria’s and Jacob’s yard to carve our pumpkins. Looking forward next year to do this without any covid restriction. Right now, stay at home as much as possible and stay safe.

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Andria presents her final data for the SURFO program

Last week, Andria presented the culmination of her summer work, and it was amazing! Andria worked with Pierre remotely all summer from her home in Mississippi, proving that you can do amazing, creative science with minimal lab resources. Andria was able to observe changing phytoplankton populations that correlated with wind speed, using a homemade phytoplankton Read More …

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LTER in the time of covid-19

Pierre and Victoria are traversing the northeast continental shelf on the 6th NES LTER cruise. This summer cruise looks a little different with a reduced science crew all aboard wearing face masks after being in isolation for two weeks prior to the cruise. Fair winds and following seas, friends!

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