Earth Science M.S. student, Alea Tuttle, will defend her thesis
POST-PROJECT EVALUATIONS OF URBAN STREAM RESTORATION SITES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN PIEDMONT: STREAMBED SEDIMENT DENITRIFICATION AND GEOMORPHIC COMPLEXITY
on Monday, April 30th, 2012 at 9:30 am in the 4th floor conference room of McEniry Hall on the UNC Charlotte campus.
Alea has been primary advised by Dr. Sara McMillan and I have been her co-advisor. I’ve also had the pleasure of having Alea as my teaching assistant in Fluvial Processes and Hydrogeology this year. Alea will be remaining at UNCC this summer to act as a technician on a newly-funded project focused on floodplains. We know that she will have great success wherever she heads to after grad school.