Student

Edward "Drew" Hobbs

Graduate Research Assistant
Student
Edward "Drew" Hobbs
Graduate Research Assistant
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Bio

My research focuses on biogeochemical cycling in estuarine systems such as Chesapeake Bay, specifically that of nitrogen cycling. I am particularly interested in the role that estuarine systems have in nitrous oxide (N2O) production. N2O is a potent greenhouse gas with a warming potential ~300 times greater than carbon dioxiode and is naturally generated as a byproduct of nitrogen cycling.

Education

  • Washington College, 2015, B.A., Environmental Studies

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