July 19, 2011

Patterns of pollution in South Shore stormwater. Brown Bag Lunch with Juliet Simpson, Coastal Ecologist, MIT Sea Grant

Date: Thursday, May 17, 2012
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Location: MIT E38-300 (292 Main St., Cambridge, 3rd floor)

Bring your lunch and learn about stormwater pollutants

About Dr. Juliet Simpson
Juliet Simpson is a coastal aquatic ecologist with the MIT Sea Grant College Program in the Marine Advisory Services group. Her primary interests are in the effects of climate change on salt marshes and other coastal habitats, the ecology and physiology of fresh- and saltwater plants and algae, water quality regulation, and the transport and fate of terrestrially-derived pollutants (nutrients, metals, and emerging contaminants such as pharmaceuticals and personal care products) to the coastal ocean.

About the Brown Bag Lunch Series
MIT Sea Grant staff and students present projects, programs, research, and other topics in an informal setting to inform and inspire MIT colleagues and the wider community. The Brown Bag Lunch Series is open to the public.


Dr. Juliet Simpson, Coastal Ecologist, MIT Sea Grant

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