Jason Ducker, Poster Winner, FL Chapter, Air & Waste Mgt. Association

Congratulations go out to our EOAS graduate student Jason Ducker, who works with Dr. Christopher Holmes. Jason recently presented a poster of his research to the Florida Chapter of the Air & Waste Management Association and won second place in their poster competition! Jason studies surface ozone damage to crops and forests in the Eastern United States, including Florida, using advanced flux measurements to infer the ozone dose that enters leaves.

Dr. Ekaterina Maksimova with Dr. Debra Fadool, Associate Dean & Director of Postdoctoral Affairs

A 2012 EOAS alumni, Dr. Ekaterina (Kat) Maksimova, a NSF Postdoctoral Fellow with FSU Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies, received a Postdoctoral Scholars Career Development Travel Award from the FSU Office of Postdoctoral Affairs. She will be presenting her current research at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco in December. She will also attend the Honors Ceremony & Banquet with her former Ph.D. advisor, EOAS Professor and AGU fellow Dr. Allan Clarke.

Deploying the GPS buoy and the boxes of wooden boats

GEOTRACES Arctic research cruise linked with “Float Your Boat,” an educational program that blends historic Arctic drift studies with modern GPS technology. Students from several schools built and decorated small wooden boats that are being deployed alongside satellite tracking buoys. When the ice will melts, the boats will float free in the Arctic Ocean. Anyone who finds a boat will be able to contact Float Your Boat with a date and location.  Buoy GPS tracking link.

AIPG Student Chapter of the Year

The AIPG Student Geology Chapter has been named Student Chapter of the Year by the American Institute of Professional Geologists. The students of this chapter earned the award by instituting a monthly colloquium event, assisting students in acquiring research internships, raising money through rock, mineral and fossil sales, and promoting geology to interested students.

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Tallahassee, FL
8:53am EST Mon 30 Nov 2015

Skies: Few clouds at 15000 ft
Humidity: 84%
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Events & Seminars

  • Nov 30 : Danielle Groenen : Danielle Groenen : 3:00pm : Werner A. Baum Seminar Room (353 Love Bldg.)
  • Dec 2 : EOAS Holiday Party : Ron McCoy : 4:00pm : FSU Alumni Center
  • Dec 3 : Xiaoming Hu : Dr. Ming Cai : 3:30pm : Werner A. Baum Seminar Room (353 Love Bldg.)
  • Dec 3 : Jonathan Bielli : Jonathan Bielli : 3:30pm : Werner A. Baum Seminar Room (353 Love Bldg.)
  • Dec 4 : Joseph Schoonover : Joseph Schoonover : 9:00am : Melvin Stern Seminar Room (Room 18 Keen)