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Mark MorrisNon-equilibrium Dynamics Across Space and Time IGERT
University of MinnesotaMinneapolis, MN
Ecological fluid dynamics holds many possibilities to constructively contribute to society and is a large part of my research interest. I have a high regard for the natural cycles and resources mankind needs and am excited to be involved in IGERT with the opportunity to study ecological impacts of fluid movement, and to practically apply these ideas to water resource management.
I earned a BS in Integrative Biology from Brigham Young University in Utah with minors in Math and German. My summer work focused on aquatic biology and water resource engineering: including an internship with an environmental consulting firm in Williamsburg, VA, a river restoration project in Utah, a summer in the Upper Penninsula in Michigan studying large woody debris in rivers and land geomorphology, and work with endangered fish and amphibians. My career goals include environmental consulting and education.
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