Edward "Drew" Hobbs
Graduate Research Assistant
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory
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 dioxide and is naturally generated as a byproduct of nitrogen cycling.
- Washington College, 2015, B.A., Environmental Studies