Featured in Global Biogeochemical Cycles

Deepest sample in the North Pacific

The paper ‘A Novel Molecular Approach for Tracing Terrigenous Dissolved Organic Matter into the Deep Ocean’ led by Medeiros lab and recently published in GBC (volume 30, 689-699) is now featured on its website. The study identifies 184 molecular formulae that are indicators of riverine inputs (referred to as t-Peaks) and tracks their distribution in the deep North Atlantic and North Pacific Oceans (check it here). Congrats to the authors!

The Fantastic Four!

The fantastic four!

On May 13, four of our fantastic students received their graduate degrees during the 2016 Graduate Commencement Ceremony. The PhD degree was awarded to Qian Liu (advisor Tim Hollibaugh), to Chen Shen (advisor Brian Hopkinson), to Yuntao Wang (advisor Renato Castelao), and the MS degree was awarded to Lydia (Meg) Babcock-Adams (advisor Patricia Medeiros). Chen, Yuntao, and Meg were the first students graduated in Hopkinson’s, Castelao’s and Medeiros’ lab, respectively. It was a day to celebrate! We wish all the best to the ‘fantastic four’!

Dr. Adrian Burd part of team picked by NASA, Air Force to build and launch two cube satellites

Dr. Adrian Burd is part of an interdisciplinary team tapped by NASA and the Air Force to build and launch two cutting edge small satellites, part of the first space program at UGA. While the Small Satellite Research Lab has pledged financial support from multiple entitities within UGA, a crowdfunding project has also been launched.


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