Presentations

May 2016: National Water Quality Monitoring Conference; Title: “Predictions of salt marsh loss with sea-level rise and implications for water quality.”

March 2015: New England Estuarine Research Society Meeting; Title: “An analysis of multi-decadal records of dissolved oxygen, temperature, and juvenile benthic fish in Norwalk Harbor, CT.”

November 2013: Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Meeting; Title: “Flowering and biomass allocation in the salt marsh foundation species Spartina alterniflora.”

October 2012: New England Estuarine Research Society (NEERS) Meeting; Title: “Spartina alterniflora in a changing climate: Impacts of rising temperatures on salt marsh elevation.” Student poster presentation award: Best Graduate Poster.

August 2012: Ecological Society of America (ESA) Meeting; Title: “Local to latitudinal variation in flowering phenology in the salt marsh foundation species Spartina alterniflora.”

November 2011: Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Meeting; Title:“Salt marsh productivity and phenology in a changing climate: the importance of resource allocation in Spartina alterniflora.” Student poster presentation award recipient.

November 2011: Marine Biological Laboratory Seminar (Brown-MBL Retreat); Title: “Spartina alterniflora in a changing climate: Implications of rising temperatures for salt marsh persistence.”

April 2010: National Park Service, Fire Island National Seashore Biennial Science Meeting; Title: “Salt Marsh Mosquito Ditches on Fire Island, NY”

November 2009: Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Meeting; Title: “The Ecological Role, Physical Impact and Filling Rate of Salt Marsh Mosquito Ditches Under Consideration for Restoration.”

November 2009: Brown University Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Seminar Series; Title: “A study of salt marsh mosquito ditches under consideration for restoration.”

April 2009: University of Rhode Island Graduate Student Seminar; Title: “Salt Marsh Mosquito Ditches as Habitat for Nekton and Implications for Restoration.”

April 2009: New England Estuarine Research Society (NEERS) Meeting; Title: “Salt Marsh Mosquito Ditches as Habitat for Nekton and Implications for Restoration.” Student oral presentation award: Best Graduate Presentation.

August 2005: Sloan-Kettering Summer Undergraduate Research Program Symposium; Title: “Structure and Function of DNA Polymerase Epsilon”

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