Outstanding Student Presentations at AGU 2018

Lauren Hinkel | EAPS News
Thursday, February 14, 2019

Congratulations to EAPS members who won Outstanding Student Presentation Awards at the AGU Fall Meeting 2018:

Meghan Jones, MIT-WHOI Joint Program graduate student, for “Modeling submarine pyroclast dispersal using the distribution of giant pumice at Havre Volcano” in the category of Volcanology, Geochemistry, and Petrology.

Ziwei Li, EAPS graduate student, for “Quasi-Geostrophic Analysis of Changes in Vertical Velocities in Extratropical Precipitation Extremes” in Atmospheric Sciences.

Hannah Mark, MIT-WHOI Joint Program graduate student, for “S-to-P receiver functions for the central Pacific from NoMelt” in the Tectonophysics section.

Jane Chui, a graduate student in MIT’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering working with the Earth Resources Laboratory, for "Impact of Motile Bacteria on Viscous Fingering" in Hydrology.

Story Image: Looking down on the large poster hall at the AGU Fall Meeting. (Credit: Rex Sanders, USGS)