Kate Szura started off the weekend presenting her field work, which looks at the impact of chronic nitrogen loading on greenhouse gases in salt marshes (pictured left).
Ashley Hogan presented next, sharing her results of oyster denitrification rates from organisms maintained in contrasting environmental conditions (pictured below, left).
Liz Brannon finished the weekend, presenting her data on the use of gene abundances for nitrous oxide emission insight (pictured below, right).
Liz was awarded the Ketchum Prize for best graduated student presentation for her talk!!