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Current Lab Members
Anna M. Weiss
Assistant Professor, Midwestern State University
Ph.D. 2019, University of Texas at Austin
B.A. 2013, Stony Brook University
Interests: Reef (paleo)ecology | Carbonate sedimentology and stratigraphy | Conservation paleobiology | Global change biology | Geoscience education | Improving diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM
Email: anna [dot] weiss [at] msutexas [dot] edu
Links: Paleoecology and Sedimentology Facilities at MSU Texas
M.S. Student, Geosciences (2021-2023)
I have a bachelor’s degree (2020) in geosciences from the Midwestern State University. I am interested in physical geology, geothermal energy, paleoecology, and climate change (with the effects ‘toward’ the coral reefs as the focus). My current thesis research focuses on quantifying on coral reefs within the Turneffe, Glover and Lighthouse reef atolls within the Belize Barrier reef reserve system. I hope to become a great research geologist.
Former Lab Members
Major: Geosciences | Minor: Biology | Graduating May 2022
The project I am currently working on is a study to determine whether or not there is morphological change in large benthic foraminifera through the Paleocene-Eocene boundary.