Allison Dunn (Earth, Environment, and Physics) was on sabbatical for the 2014-2015 academic year, during which time she served as a Visiting Research Scholar in Boston University’s Department of Earth and Environment. During that time, she co-authored and authored three publications:
- Briber, B.M., L.R. Hutyra, A.B. Reinmann, S.M. Raciti, V.K. Dearborn, C.E. Holden, A.L. Dunn. “Tree Productivity Enhanced with Conversion from Forest to Urban Land Covers.” PloS One 10 (8), e0136237. 2015.
- Meredith LK, R. Commane, A. Dunn, J.W. Munger, J. Tang, S.C. Wofsy, R.G. Prinn. “Ecosystem Fluxes of Hydrogen: A Comparison of Flux-Gradient Methods, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques.” Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 7, 2787-2805. 2014.
- Dunn, Allison. “Carbon Sequestration Dioxide in Regenerating New England Forests: Quantifying Pools, Constraining Fluxes, and Characterizing Response to Disturbance.” 26th Annual Harvard Forest Ecological Symposium, Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA. March 17, 2015.
Morreale Participates in Middle Eastern Partnership Initiative at RWU
Stephen A. Morreale (Criminal Justice) recently facilitated several sessions with a group of Middle Eastern graduate students at Roger Williams University (RWU). RWU is one of ten American . . .