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Spring 2014

Scott Warsen's paper on using stable isotopes in studies of coyote diet was published LINK

We will be out on Green Lake later this Spring doing some underwater surveys looking at deep water microbialites - more info to come in May

Katy Austin is doing an internship in the Adirondacks for the winter

Katy Austin worked with us and Prof. Driscoll and his students at Syracuse University on her work on carnivorous pitcher plants and her paper was submitted to Botany

Abbey Jones is working on her Honors thesis on her work on carbon sequestration in Utila

Fall 2013

Brianna Dunn has joined our group looking at particles in coral reef waters for her PhD. Welcome Brianna.

Dr Teece taught 4 classes this semester.

  • Chemistry for Non Science Majors - a great group of students
  • Stable isotopes class for graduate students - excellent talkative group and hope to see some stable isotopes being used for some of their studies in future
  • New undergraduate class called Career Skills for Chemists was taught with Dr Stipanovic and was a great success
  • Graduate seminar class - students produced some excellent 3 minute videos on their research

Excellent undergraduate project was submitted for publication by Mariah Taylor on her work on the invasive goby (a fish!)

Paper on the magnificient rudd (another fish for the chemists) was submitted by Kevin Kapuscinski to Freshwater Biology.

Summer 2013

A paper on our work on coyotes with Scott Warsen and Jacqui Frair was submitted to Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies

Paper with Juan Alvarez-Yepiz and Martin Dovciak was sent to New Phytologist

Our paper on the giant catfish called Arapiama was published in Neotropical Ichthyology with Cynthia Watson and Don Stewart doing most of the work

August 2012

Caresse successfully defended her MS thesis on the influence of light and feeding on corals (pictured right)

Summer 2012

Ben Estes successsfully defended his MS thesis focused on lipids in corals

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