Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Ozark Hellbender

  Wow, two posts in one week. I can’t help it. I’m really having a great time this semester. I’ve given my first talk (just a couple of minutes on a news item of the day), written my first lab … Continue reading

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A new semester has started

      It is the second week in the new semester and I am excited about the work I will be doing this semester. I am part of a team conducting the initial assessment of a piece of property … Continue reading

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