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EarthLifeAtmosphere researcher makes water quality presentation at national meeting

November 13, 2013

EarthLifeAtmosphere researcher (and research experience mentor) Dr. Melissa Lobegeier presented her water quality research at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.  Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) undergraduate Jesse Watts presented a poster.  This was an especially exciting year to attend GSA because the professional society celebrated its 125th anniversary.

Dr. Lobegeier’s presentation: Using Thecamoebians as Indicators of Environmental Impacts in the Clinch and Powell River Watershed, Virginia

Jesse’s presentation: Using Thecamoebian Populations to Evaluate Historical Water Quality in Todds Lake, Murfreesboro, Tennessee

While at GSA, Dr. Lobegeier chatted with MTSU alumna (and current Connecticut Wesleyan volcanology master’s student) Lauren Camfield.  Her poster.

Pre-service teachers who participated in the Summer 2013 research experience at MTSU will present their research (all-expenses-paid) at the 2014 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Summer 2014 participants will present their research at the 2015 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area.

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