the lab welcomes three NGRREC interns
A warm welcome to three NGRREC interns who just started in the lab. Tracy Hayes will be working on our Iceland project where we are using automated tracking stations to monitor thermal effects on movement, behavior, and species interactions in the geothermally-fed Hengill stream system. Elizabeth Green will be working with Dave Daversa (a postdoc in the lab) to study movement and morphology of amphibian tadpoles. Finally, Aleksandr Loyko will be working on using 3D video cameras (MS Kinect) to automatically track animal movement and behavior. All super exciting projects, and a great bunch of dedicated young scientists!