Int. Travel Award
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Student Travel Awards
The SWS 26th
Annual Meeting organizing committee offered a number of
student travel awards to the Charleston meeting. In addition, the
South Atlantic Chapter offered four travel awards of $500 each
to graduate student South Atlantic Chapter members and two awards of $500 each to
undergraduate South Atlantic Chapter student members to present their research at
the Charleston meeting.
To have been eligible, the student must
enrolled in a public or private university located within the South
Atlantic Chapterís region and must have been a member of SWS. The Chapterís Awards
and Executive Committees judged the applicants based on the
scientific quality and importance of their research as described in
Also check out our student poster and oral
2005 Student Travel Award
Li, a PhD student who gave a presentation on "Effects of soil
flooding on root oxygenation and growth in black willow cuttings."
Hossler, a Masters student who gave a presentation on "Can
created wetlands successfully mitigate natural wetland carbon
Baustian, a Masters student who gave a presentation on
"Restoration of backfilled canals."
Helmschrot, a PhD student who gave a presentation and poster
on ""Geophysical and sedimentological studies to model wetland
evolution in a landscape perspective: A case study from South
Africa" and "Integrated modeling of landscape dynamics and their
temporal and spatial effects on wetland hydrology: A case study
from South Africa."
Jianbiao (Jeff) Lu, a PhD student who gave a presentation on
"Modeling the hydrology of forested wetlands in the Southeastern
Seim, a Masters student who's study is "Response of Red Maple
to altered hydroperiods in the Great Dismal Swamp National
Lawrance Oats, a PhD student who gave a presentation on
"Methane flux from three plant communities in a southern Wisconsin
Shirley, a Masters student who showed a poster on "Historic
and current rates of vegetation change in coastal transitions
along the northern Gulf of Mexico."
Bailey, a Masters student who showed a poster on "Aeschynomene