The Biogeochemistry of Oyster Restoration
Rebecca Bernard of Dauphin Island Sea Lab in Alabama is the first recipient of our Travel Stipend. Rebecca will give a presentation at the Ecological Society of America meeting this month in Portland, Oregon titled The Biogeochemistry of Oyster Restoration. Rebecca used a TD-700 Laboratory Fluorometer (which was obsoleted when we introduced the Trilogy) to look at Chlorophyll levels as a proxy for microbial biomass. Congratulations to Rebecca and thanks for using Turner Designs instruments in your research.
Authors: Rebecca Bernard
Institution: Dauphin Island Sea Lab