Lab Technician, St. Croix Watershed Research Station, Science Museum of Minnesota
Take care of yourself and someone else – SA Martinez
My current research interests include diatom taxonomy, life history, and relations to environmental changes.
My Master’s thesis in the Travis D. Marsico Lab at Arkansas State University involved using diatoms to develop bioindicators of wetland water quality and land use disturbance in the Cache River Watershed, in Eastern Arkansas. During my Master’s I also worked with the USGS at the Arkansas Water Science Center, sampling for the National Lakes Assessment, National River and Streams Assessment, National Wetlands Condition Assessment, and National Water-Quality Assessment Program.
Marsico Lab, Arkansas State University
St. Croix Watershed Research Station, Science Museum of Minnesota
Achnanthes inflata | Anomoeoneis fogedii | Aulacoseira islandica | Craticula accomoda | Craticula accomodiformis | Craticula citrus | Craticula riparia | Cyclostephanos invisitatus | Diatoma ehrenbergii | Eunotia bidens | Eunotia bidentula | Eunotia bilunaris | Eunotia formica | Eunotia metamonodon | Eunotia pectinalis | Eunotia superbidens | Fragilariforma acidobiontica | Frustulia bahlsii | Lindavia michiganiana | Meridion alansmithii | Placoneis anglophila | Stauroneis bovbjergii | Stauroneis kingstonii | Thalassiosira baltica |