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Image analysis of phytoplankton and periphyton communities

October 8, 2014

While traveling home from the 41st annual Aquatic Toxicity Workshop in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada earlier this month, I began thinking about how much work I put into making oral and poster presentations at conferences and how sad it is that they are only shared with my scientific colleagues for one day during the conference. After that, these presentations just end up sitting on my laptop hard drive where no one can view them except for myself. Then I realized that many of these presentations could easily be posted online as blog posts. I’ve decided I’m going to start making blog posts from conference presentations that I’ve given over the last several years. The image below is a poster I presented at the annual meeting of the South-Central Regional Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry in May 2013.Mudge et al. 2013 SETAC SC regional meeting Houston


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