Jesse Ross

Marine Snow as a Potential Transport Mechanism of Spilled Oil in Cook Inlet, Alaska
jesse ross

Jesse is a Master's student majoring in civil and envionmentall engineering with Kai Ziervogel as his advisor. He's exploring how naturally occurring marine snow aggregates and how sediment may affect the fate of spilled oil. His research includes sediment trap sampling in Kachemak Bay, Alaska, as well as laboratory-scale experiments with oil and dispersants at UNH.

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