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Best publishes first and only guidebook to mammals in Alabama

07/31/2014

Biological Sciences Professor Troy Best co-authored a new book titled, "Mammals of Alabama." Best wrote the book with the late Auburn University Professor of Biological Sciences Julian Dusi, and it is the first and only exhaustive guidebook to Alabama's diverse mammalian fauna. Written for anyone with an interest in mammalian diversity within the state, the book serves as a guide to species identification and includes hundreds of photos and fun facts.

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Geomorphology

07/30/2014

Dr. Shepherd earned her Ph.D. in Environmental Dynamics in 2010 from the University of Arkansas and currently holds the title of Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental, Geographical, & Geological Sciences at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.  Her research expertise falls within the area of fluvial geomorphology with a focus on anthropogenic impacts on fluvial systems and landscape evolution. She is also interested in examining the physical science impacts of fluvial-coastal change and its effects upon local communities.  Dr. Shepherd has published peer-reviewed manuscripts in outlets such as Physical Geography, River Research and Applications, and Geomorphology.  Her research has received financial support from the National Science Foundation.

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Three new Lecturers in Fall 2014

07/24/2014

Dr. Shepherd earned her Ph.D. in Environmental Dynamics in 2010 from the University of Arkansas and currently holds the title of Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental, Geographical, & Geological Sciences at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.  Her research expertise falls within the area of fluvial geomorphology with a focus on anthropogenic impacts on fluvial systems and landscape evolution. She is also interested in examining the physical science impacts of fluvial-coastal change and its effects upon local communities.  Dr. Shepherd has published peer-reviewed manuscripts in outlets such as Physical Geography, River Research and Applications, and Geomorphology.  Her research has received financial support from the National Science Foundation.

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NSF Grant for Duin

07/11/2014

Associate Professor Eduardus Duin has been awarded a three-year grant by the National Science Foundation for his proposal entitled “Collaborative Research: Understanding Electron Bifurcation in Methanogenic Archaea”. This research will be performed in collaboration with Dr. John Leigh of the University of Washington.

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COSAM Summer Bridge Program a Success

07/07/2014

Associate Professor Eduardus Duin has been awarded a three-year grant by the National Science Foundation for his proposal entitled “Collaborative Research: Understanding Electron Bifurcation in Methanogenic Archaea”. This research will be performed in collaboration with Dr. John Leigh of the University of Washington.

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Student Chapters Breed Professional Success

07/03/2014

http://www.aapg.org/publications/news/explorer/details/articleid/10728/student-chapters-breed-professional-success 

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2014 TEA Students and Mentors

06/17/2014

Six students were chosen for 2014 and they are listed in the slide with their mentor.

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