The Cherry Lab was well-represented this week at the 25th Biennial CERF Conference in Mobile, AL. Erin Smyth presented a poster on carbon storage and decomposition dynamics in natural and constructed tidal marshes, while Dr. Lorae' Simpson gave a talk about decomposition rates in a saltmarsh-mangrove ecotone in Florida. Dr. Cherry presented new information on shifts in microbial and plant communities along a coastal transition in coastal Mississippi, and how those shifts correspond to changes in ecosystem functions. Members of the lab also co-authored work with colleagues in other groups, making this CERF meeting a particularly productive one for the team!
Cherry Lab News & Accomplishments
Highlighting events and recognizing achievements of current and former Cherry Lab members.