McNair scholar and Murray State geoscience student, Ashley Casselberry, presented her research at this year's GSA in Baltimore, MD USA. Her work, titled, "Buried soils are an important control on C storage along human-impacted landscapes in KY, USA" was well received! Way to go, Ashley
Ashley Casselberry pictured above along with her poster at 2015 GSA in Baltimore, MD USA.
Ashley chatting with Baylor University Alum', Ken Boling, about her research.
...is a geoscience research lab in Murray, KY USA. The lab is directed by Gary Stinchcomb, an Assistant Professor of Geosciences at Murray State University who holds a joint appointment with the Watershed Studies Institute.
Welcome to the Sediment Soil Human Lab
In the Watershed Studies Institute & Department of Geosciences, Murray State University