Today we went on an excursion to the landscapes of Northern Singapore, and boy there was much to see! After a relatively short bus ride the scenery had changed completely from that of a modernContinue reading
As part of a marine conservation biology course, we explored the management challenges present in the ever-changing landscapes of barrier islands.
Transportation in Beaufort is changing and these changes will affect how people commute to the Duke Marine Lab.
PhD student Sarah Loftus checked out the longleaf pine forest at Patsy Pond nature trails, which are only a 30-minute drive from Duke Marine Lab.
I’m researching the organic carbon produced by algae. To collect samples of this excreted organic carbon, I push my algae culture through a filter with holes that are 250 times smaller than the width of a human hair.
The Emerald Isle Woods Park offers a refuge of forested trails with a view of Bogue Sound. A 40-minute drive from the Marine Lab, this park is hidden in the suburbs of Emerald Isle near the end of the barrier island.
Friday afternoon MMISS (Most Marine Informal Seminar Series) was an opportune time for my labmates to explain their new algae pond growth system to the Marine Lab community.
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