Nina, Jack, Luke and Rick's meeting report for their ESA organized session on mycorrhizal fungi was published in New Phytologist.
Carly, Julie and Nina had a great time at AGU ... and Megan's paper on the seasonality of enzyme activity came out in Biogeochemistry!
Congrats to Megan, Carly and Jeff. Their collaborative paper on extracellular enzyme activity has been accepted in Biogeochemistry!
Nina gave a talk in Cornell's Biogeochemistry seminar series last week. She had a great time visiting with students and faculty!
The Wurzburger lab has recently been invaded by a number of talented undergrads. Welcome to Grace Anne, Evan and Sumaya, who are conducting independent research! We also welcome two new undergrad helpers, Megan and Clarissa!
We had a great time at ESA last week. Melanie and Julie gave excellent talks in our organized sessions on mycorrhizal fungi and soil ecology.
Mike successfully defended his MS thesis on the factors regulating symbiotic N fixation in longleaf pine ecosystems.
Over the last few months, there have been several notable achievements in the lab. Carly received an NSF DDIG, Julie received an honorable mention for her NSF GRFP, Jenna completed her dual B.S. in Ecology and Statistics, Nina received the UGA Early Career Scholar Award and Melanie's manuscript was accepted in Journal of Ecology. Congrats to all!
Carly has returned to Athens after spending several months at the University of Copenhagen and Center for Permafrost Research as an NSF GROW fellow! We are glad to have you back!
Erin successfully defended her M.S. thesis on American chestnut and plant-soil feedbacks. Congratulations Erin!
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