Woods Hole Field Center Welcomes Two New Employees
The Woods Hole Field Center (WHFC) welcomed two new employees in May: Guthrie Linck has joined the Coastal and Marine Geology Program (CMGP), and Matt Wander works in the Water Resources Discipline (WRD).
Guthrie is a computer programmer, hired to help design and program the Marine Realms Information Bank (MRIB) interface under the CMGP National Knowledge Bank project (MRIB is headed by Fran Lightsom and Fausto Marincioni). Guthrie graduated from Brown University with a degree in computer science in 1999. Since then, Guthrie has worked in computer programming in several locations, including HotJobs.com, Ltd. (New York, NY), the Marine Biological Laboratories (Woods Hole, MA), and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (Woods Hole, MA).
Matt has joined Eric Sundquist's (WRD) project as a physical scientist to supervise lab, field, and data-management activities for research on carbon geochemistry. Matt will also help with various outreach activities related to carbon and climate research. He is a graduate of Harvey Mudd College and holds Master's degrees in chemistry and geology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Matt says he's happy to return to a research environment after a brief foray into the consulting world.
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
in this issue:
Mapping Lake Mohave
Delmarva Coastal Bays
Glen Canyon Dam
Career Options for Jr. High School Girls
Coastal Hazards Lecture
Earth Day at Lowry Park Zoo
Practical Applications of GIS
Gulf of Maine GIS Workshop for Teachers
Florida Caribbean Science Center Open House
CMGP Knowledge Bank
Communicating Science in a Virtual World
Continental-Shelf Territory Rights
New Woods Hole Chief Scientist
Two New Employees at WHFC
University of Minnesota Visitor
Special Issue of Marine Geology on USGS Monterey Bay Research
Timely Publication for Gulf of Mexico Mercury Concerns
June Publications List