Kynser Wahwahsuck

Master's Student
Primary office:
KBS, Higuchi Hall


Summary

Advisor: Amy Burgin
Research interests: Biogeochemistry, ecosystem ecology, water quality
Hometown: Leavenworth, KS


Education:

  • B.S. Environmental Science, Haskell Indian Nations University
     

Presentations:

  • Wahwahsuck, K., Snelding, N., and Burgin, A. Nitrogen cycling and ecosystem metabolism in Kansas streams draining cropland vs. grassland watersheds. Great Plains Limnology Conference, Ames, IA. October 2019. Contributed oral contribution
  • Wahwahsuck, K., Snelding, N., and Burgin, A. Nitrogen cycling and ecosystem metabolism in Kansas streams draining cropland vs. grassland watersheds. NSF EPSCoR National Conference, Columbia, SC. October 2019. Invited poster contribution
  • Wahwahsuck, K., Snelding, N., and Burgin, A. Nitrogen cycling and ecosystem metabolism in Kansas streams draining cropland vs. grassland watersheds. Governor’s Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas, Wichita, KS. November 2019. Contributed poster presentation

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