We had a great turnout last Friday for the inaugural seminar. Over 85 people from campus and as far away as Maine came to the seminar and celebrate Jack Webster’s contributions to watershed bio geochemistry. Wayne Swank, the former lead PI of the Coweeta LTER, presented Jack with a picture framed in a 150 year old American chestnut from watershed 13.
A new project was funded with Dave Kuhn to study dissolved carbon dioxide in the Chesapeake Bay.
Nathan successfully defended his PhD thesis. He’s made a great contribution to our lab, department, and the science of floodplain hydroecology.