Alex Neu, an undergraduate student from California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB), worked in the Smith Lab throughout the entire summer. Experiencing all the aspects of a marine scientist, he describes what motivates him to continue to pursue this rewarding career path.
Smith Lab In Action!
Summer may be at its peak, but members of the Smith Lab at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) are still hard at work! Some are out & about around the world checking on their experiments and collecting data, others are right here in San Diego learning new skills and working on various projects. Find out what people are up to!
New Ocean Acidification Sensor Installed at Scripps!
Members of the Smith Lab head the effort to install Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s (SIO) first ocean acidification monitoring system. This monitoring system will provide essential data that will allow researchers to monitor changes in ocean chemistry over time and help them better understand the effects of these changes to local marine ecosystems.
Catching Up With… Jill Harris!
Jill Harris, a Ph.D. student in the Smith Lab, gives us a little insight on the “ins and outs” of the Smith Lab this quarter. If you’d like to know more about Jill’s research or what she’s up to, you can also check our her own blog at http://backtothesea.wordpress.com/
Catching up with…Susan Kram!
Susan Kram, the newest Master’s student in the Smith Lab, gives an update on what she’s been working on this quarter at SIO. From classes, projects, and continuing to develop her own research projects, a Master’s student’s work is never done.
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