Ph.D. candidate presents thesis to China Lake Association, Town Line reports

The Town Line reported Betsy Barber, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Maine, was a keynote speaker at the China Lake Association’s annual meeting on July 22. The meeting marked the group’s 30th anniversary and attracted more than 75 people, according to the article. Barber, who is a graduate student in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology, presented her thesis on “Modeling the Nutrient Budget for Alewife in China Lake,” the article states.