An Open House Conversation with Claire Griffin
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- Climate Resilience
The Environmental Resilience Institute hosts Open House events as part of the student-led, ERI supported, Graduate Research Forum (GRF). The GRF is open to all and event and activity ideas that advance novel frameworks, theories, models, and applications that are transformative and have societal impacts are always welcome. We hope you can attend this and other GRF events!
Claire is a postdoctoral associate at the University of Virginia in the department of Environmental Sciences. Her research explores the response of aquatic and estuarine ecosystems to climate change and human activities, with a focus on organic matter dynamics.
She uses a combination of laboratory and remote sensing methods to ask questions about the role of surface waters in the transport and processing of organic matter from land to sea. Claire is also affiliated with ERI’s Arctic CoLab. Join us April 28th from 11:30am -12:30pm as Claire discusses her work, the Arctic CoLab, and lessons learned regarding her work on interdisciplinarity research.