Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies (YIBS)
Summer 2016 Update
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YIBS News & Updates

Summer 2016
In this issue: Learn about the exciting student research we're funding this summer through the 2016 YIBS Small Grants Program.
Click here to learn more about our 2016 student grantees!
Ph.D. student Chloe Chen-Kraus is studying the impacts of human activity on the endangered Verreaux’s sifaka in southwestern Madagascar.
Ph.D. student Jessica Glass is studying the population ecology of the Giant Trevally, a popular marine sportfish and an important predator on coral and rocky reefs.
Master's student Taylor Ganz spent two months in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming to explore the impact of air pollutants on alpine snowpack.
Ph.D. student Jon Powell is characterizing non-hazardous industrial wastes in the U.S., with the end goal of identifying new methods for material reuse and recycling.
Ph.D. student Daniel MacGuigan is researching patterns and consequences of hybridization between different fish species in the eastern U.S.
Master's student Rachel Lowenthal is studying how land cover in the Farmington River Watershed influences phosphorus entering the river during storm events.
Where are YIBS student researchers this summer?
Learn more about funding & visiting scholar opportunities at YIBS.
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