Office: 208 RLB
An interdisciplinary graduate seminar with dual goal of reviewing most significant current developments in limnological science and helping students identify most significant knowledge gaps in their disciplinary research fields. The course involves guest lectures, student presentations and discussions. It aims to provide students with guidance on choosing research directions to achieve an optimal balance between difficulty and scientific payoff.
Sergei Katsev (LLO&Physics):
Quantitative approaches to microbial ecosystems. MWAH 195.
Elizabeth Minor (LLO&Chemistry)
Organic matter characterization. Why is it important? What do we know? What challenges remain?, MWAH 195
Byron Steinman (LLO&Earth and Env. Sci.)
Recent advances in paleolimnology with a focus on western North America, MWAH 195
Katie Schreiner (LLO&Chem)
Carbon cycling through the terrestrial-aquatic interface, MWAH 195
Robert Sterner (LLO&Biology)
Productivity and resources, MWAH 195
Sam Kelly (LLO&Physics)
Title: TBA, MWAH 195
Ted Ozersky (LLO & Biology)
Thomas Johnson (LLO & Earth and Env. Sci.)