Author Archives: Jody
April 20, 2022 We had at the opportunity to meet with collaborators Antoinette Abeyta from the University of New Mexicao, Gallup and Diana Dalbotten from the University of Minnesota in person! Antoinette and Diana joined Jason and Alyssa as panelists … Continue reading
Helena’s poster for the 2021 Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Conference was awarded one of the Best Graduate Student Poster Awards. Click on the poster below to see it at full size.
Jason McLachlan and Megan Vahsen both presented virtually at ESA 2020 this year. Jason’s talk focused on the education initiatives for the Ecological Forecasting Initiative. You can see his abstract here and video here. Megan’s talk highlighted how she … Continue reading
We are excited that Brady Stiller has been named the 2020 Valedictorian for the University of Notre Dame! Brady joined the lab as a sophomore in 2017 working on the marsh project. In addition to contributing to research during the academic year, Brady … Continue reading
Author: Megan Vahsen In early October, several members of the McLachlan lab conducted a harvest of our mesocosm experiment at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) in Edgewater, MD. The experiment was a huge effort as a part of our … Continue reading
On Tuesday, August 6, we had the opportunity to give Liz Blood, the DEB (Division of Environmental Biology) Program Director at NSF, a tour of our Blue Genes marsh experiment at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC). The day was … Continue reading
Jason was quoted in today’s New York Times article highlighting different methods of handling the effect changing climate has on trees!
The McLachlan lab represented at AGU (American Geophysical Union) this year! We had five lab members of the lab present. There were four posters presented by graduate students, Kelly Heilman and Bethany Blakely, undergrad Marissa Kivi, and Jason. Graduate student, Ann … Continue reading
Marissa Kivi is an Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics senior. She joined the McLachlan lab as a freshman in the fall of 2015 and began by entering tree information from the 1800s for our PalEON project. In the fall of 2017, … Continue reading