Beth Owen is just one of many Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies graduate students and alumni to participate in an independent research project through the support of Connecticut Sea Grant. The internships have been as ambitious as they are diverse, and all have given participants a new perspective on the role of research in their future. The program is based at Yale’s Center for Coastal and Watershed Systems. Beth sampled and analyzed sediments for heavy metals from the lower Quinnipiac River.
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