Research Seminar: Methane generation and transport in temperate wetlands. Timothy H. Morin, PhD, 2017
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
11:00 am - 11:45 am
Location: 437 Baker Lab
Event Description: Timothy H Morin is completing his PhD in Environmental Science and The Ohio State University and is currently a Science Graduate Researcher at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Berkeley, CA. Tim is applying as an Assistant Professor in ERE, with emphasis in ecological engineering and related fields of study. The seminar is open to the campus community; the Search Committee will solicit audience reactions and feedback to aid in the interview and selection process. CV and bio are available for review in 402 Baker Lab.
Tim's primary research focus has been methane fluxes from wetlands. He has studied the atmospheric interactions of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems with a focus on wetlands. He specializes in both the collection/processing of in situ greenhouse gas flux data and ecosystem modeling. Tim's primary research goal is to improve the understanding of small scale processes that control ecosystem greenhouse gas interactions.
Sponsor: Department of Environmental Resources Engineering
Monday, February 27, 2017
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