A new paper published by Cherry et al. in Methods in Ecology and Evolution describes the novel approach of using weirs to manipulate sea-level rise in situ and at larger spatial scales than typically employed in the field. This work is part of a larger collaborative project with scientists at Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Mississippi State University, and the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources. Check out the media coverage from our local Tuscaloosa newspaper here.
Two members of the Cherry Lab graduated today. Dr. Josh Jones earned his Ph.D. degree for his dissertation research on biological contributions to elevation in brackish marshes. Adam Constantin graduated with his M.S. degree for work on land cover changes and wetland plant zonation at Weeks Bay, AL.
Cherry Lab News & Accomplishments
Highlighting events and recognizing achievements of Cherry Lab members.