Well, we tend to agree - ENVS posters are way more fun than analytical chemistry :-)
Quite a few of our majors presented their research at the annual Science Fair this afternoon. The turnout was astounding with over 150 posters on display and the isles crowded with presenters, students and faculty. It was a great way to learn about our student’s research, chat with fellow faculty members and fill up on candy from the Interdisciplinary Science Center‘s candy bowl. Below are some of our students and their posters.
Justin and Dan presenting their summer research plans: sampling soils in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Linnea presenting geochemical research from the Park River. This time without the chemists crashing the party.
A very proud Dr. Gourley with his research student Renee. Renee presented her interpretation of earthquake data from Indonesia.
Lia talking science to one of her friends. Lia analyzed ground temperature data from Trinity's soil temperature well.
Billy with his posters on using students as free labor (to analyze wildlife images)
Dr. Gray with Sarah who presented her analysis of the home-range of urban redtail hawks.