3 students win AGU Outstanding Student Presentation Awards

January 26, 2019
Michalea King

Three Earth Sciences students won Outstanding Student Presentation Awards from the American Geophysical Union. These prestigious awards are only granted to the top 5% of student participants at the conference, as judged by professional scientists in each discipline. The winners are:

Michalea King (Earth Sciences/Byrd Center PhD candidate) for her talk, "Greenland-wide Glacier Response to Runoff and Retreat: Evaluating Outlet Glacier Changes on Monthly to Multi-year Scales"

Amelia Nelson (Earth Sciences MS student) for her poster, "Heterogeneity in River-Groundwater Mixing, Microbiology, and Geochemistry in an Alpine Riverbed during Baseflow"

Emma Oti (Earth Sciences PhD candidate) for her talk, "Using X-ray computed tomography to estimate hydrate saturation in sediment cores from Green Canyon 955 Gulf of Mexico"

Congratulations Michalea, Amelia, and Emma!