ENV seniors present their research
Due to covid, the annual Natural and Social Sciences Student Research Symposium was held virtually this year. The great thing about the online format is that everyone can enjoy their talks, even if you wouldn’t have been able to make it to campus for the symposium! You can assess them through this moodle page (choose log in as guest if you do not have Purchase credentials).There three talks included a wide spectrum of Environmental Studies-related issues, ranging from harmful algal blooms to avian diversity to stormwater run-off.
Their titles are:
Comparing Raw Fluorescent units of Phycocyanin and their correlation to Microcystin levels. By André Selino
Anthropogenic disturbances do not affect the distribution and abundance of shorebirds on Long Island Sound beaches. By Tiffani Rushford
Assessment of current stormwater runoff dynamics before major land use changes at SUNY Purchase College. By Gabrielle Mendez