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Sustainability Lightning Talks

September 30 @ 9:43 pm

Eight students in the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture will present five-minute talks on their sustainability research.

Graduate students

  • Responses of potato varieties to Dickeya dianthicola and Pectobacterium parmentieri that cause blackleg and soft rot
    Nayara Fabiola Marangoni, School of Food and Agriculture
  • Degradation of the Herbicide Atrazine from Drinking Water using Photocatalysis
    Matthew A. Moyet, Ecology and Environmental Sciences
  • The influence of dam management on water quantity in rural New England
    Andrew Newcomb, School of Earth & Climate Sciences
  • Optimizing Organic Nitrogen Fertility Practices Through Farmer and Expert Interviews
    Margaret Pickoff, School of Food and Agriculture
  • Update on what’s been emerging through FERC eLibrary content analysis
    Sarah Vogel, Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Conservation Biology
  • Incorporating environmental variability into assessment and management of American lobster (Homarus americanus)
    Kisei R. Tanaka, Ecology & Environmental Sciences

Undergraduate students

  • Bringing Local Food To All: Challenges and Opportunities in Farm To Institution Initiatives
    Michaela Murray, Ecology & Environmental Sciences and Honors
  • Analysis of Dams through Fact Sheet Creation to Aid in Future Dam Decision Making
    Kaitlyn Raffier, Economics
Video conferencing is available. Please contact Carol Hamel ( for more information


September 30, 2023
9:43 pm
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