Winter 2017 Student News

Elizabeth Alexson received her MS degree in August, 2016. Her thesis was titled: Paleolimnological Investigation 0f the St. Louis River Estuary to Inform Area of Concern Delisting Efforts. Alexson was advised by Euan Reavie.

Brian Bohman presented Evaluating nitrogen stress and yield impacts from variable-rate nitrogen applications for potatoes at the American Chemical Society's fall meeting in Phoenix, AZ. Bohman is advised by David Mulla.

Thomas Dietrich received his MS degree in August, 2016. His thesis title was: Stony Creek: A flood mitigation and water quality assessment. Dietrich was advised by Joe Magner.

Rebecca Hammer-Lester received her MS degree in August, 2016. Her thesis was titled: Using BSTEM to Estimate Sediment Erosion in the Seven Mile Creek Watershed. Hammer-Lester was advised by Chris Lenhart.

Sophia Lafond-Hudson received her MS degree in August, 2016. Her thesis title was titled: Iron and Sulfur Cycling in the Rhizosphere of Wild Rice (Zizania palustris).  Lafond-Hudson was advised by Nathan Johnson and John Pastor.

Nicole Lurndahl received her MS degree in September, 2016. Her thesis was titled: Temporal and Spatial Trends in the Abundance of Functional Denitrification Genes and Observed Soil Moisture and Potential Denitrification Rates. Lurndahl was advised by Michael Sadowsky.

Song Xu received his MS degree in July, 2016. He was advised by Bruce Wilson.