4/15/2019 Sydney Williams joins the Angelini Lab. Sydney is joining us after working several years for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and The Nature Conservancy and will be working in coastal Georgia studying the effects of plants and filter-feeding bivalves in influencing coastal water quality.
4/11/2019 Lab undergraduate Hallie Fischman is awarded an honorable mention for her poster on "Optimizing sand dune restoration with the Stress Gradient Hypothesis" at the 2019 Benthic Ecology Meeting in St Johns, Newfoundland!
5/1/2018 Stefano Barchiesi, fresh from the IUCN Water Program, joins the lab as a PhD student in the Water Institute Graduate Fellows Tempisque, Costa Rica cohort - welcome Stefano!
Sinead's paper on the interactive effects of sea level rise and crab-driven marsh die off is covered in this nice article published in the Providence Journal
PhD student Kim Prince is awarded Best Talk at the 2017 Southeast Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) meeting in Brunwick, GA!
Sean's research in Timucuan National Park north of Jacksonville, Florida is highlighted in UF News' article "Gators in National Parks" for the National Parks 100th Anniversary
Christine's new paper out in Nature Communications reveals mussels play critical role in enhancing salt marsh resilience to drought. For more, see the UF News press release or article in NSF's Science 360 News.
Hog's Gone Wild!!!
Sean's research hot off the press in Hakai Magazine.