TRICHLOROETHYLENE SORPTION TO SEDIMENTARY ROCKS OF THE NEW JERSEY BASIN INDICATE MATURE ORGANIC MATTER BROTSCH, Jonathan, Geology, SUNY University at Buffalo, 411 Cooke Hall, The State University of New York, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260, email@example.com
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Tom Glose, PhD candidate Received a Mark Diamond Research Award to conduct preliminary fieldwork at an artificial groundwater recharge basin in southern Nevada (November 2016). He also received a CUAHSI pathfinder graduate student fellowship, which will allow him to attend a DTS training course over the winter (November 2016)
Jonathan Malzone, PhD Jonathan Malzone finished his PhD in 2015 and is now an Assistant Professor at Eastern Kentucky University.