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Advancing understanding of the environment through interdisciplinary scientific research & education.

Clark Hall

Advancing understanding of the environment through interdisciplinary scientific research & education.

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Advancing understanding of the environment through interdisciplinary scientific research & education.

Professors Reidenbach and Thomson to speak at Yamuna River Project Exhibition

UVA’s Yamuna River Project is a campus wide project to “revitalize the ecology of the Yumuna River in New Delhi and reconnect India’s capital city back to the water” (link to project website). Professor Matt Reidenbach will speak at the opening talks on Thursday, 3/16/17 at 5PM in the East Wing Gallery of Campbell Hall. Professor Vivian Thomson will speak at the closing symposium on Friday, 4/14/17 at 10AM in Hotel A, One West Range. Click on the flier below for more details.

Dept. grad students Ferguson and Cook win R.J. Husky Graduate Research poster awards

Environmental Sciences students Amy Ferguson and Brynn Cook won top awards for posters at the 2017 Robert J. Huskey Graduate Research Exhibition. Amy’s poster “Making the case for nature-based solutions to coastal erosion in Virginia’s coastal bays” tied for 1st Place in Division 1 – Natural Sciences Poster Presentation. Brynn’s poster won 1st Place in Division 2 – Natural Sciences Poster Presentation. The R.J. Huskey exhibition showcases the work done by graduate students at the University of Virginia.

VCR LTER contributes to synthesis on coastal armoring

Recent work from researchers at several LTER sites has synthesized the current understanding of ecological impacts of man-made coastal armoring. The study looked at diverse systems, including constructed oyster reefs at the Virginia Coast Reserve LTER. Former UVA Environmental Sciences student Kyle Emery (now a PhD student at UC Santa Barbara) is a coauthor on the study and is quoted in an article on the knowledge gaps it identified.

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