Allie’s first doctoral paper “Timescales for determining Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen Trends in the Long Island Sound Estuary” was accepted in
Continental Shelf Research!!!
This is one of the first assessments showing the accelerated warming in Long Island Sound (LIS) and the decrease on dissolved oxygen stocks that follow. This has important implications for future LIS adaptations. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0278434317302455
“Organic Carbon Patterns and Budgets in the Long Island Sound Estuary” has been accepted for publication in Limnology and Oceanography
the Dominion-University of Connecticut Carbon and Oxygen time Series (DUCOS) is now up and running. Undergraduate students Jessica Hinckley (Marine Sciences) and Stephen Cangelosi (Biomedical Engineering) are spending summer 2017 starting up this pioneering time series and creating the open source interface to make data available on a continuous basis to the public.