Sarah Megan Flynn

Doctoral aspirant
Primary office:
KBS- Higuchi Hall


Summary

Advisor: Amy Burgin
Research Interests: Aquatic ecosystem ecology
Hometown: Burlington, KY


Education:

  • B.S. in physics with minors in geology and mathematics, Northern Kentucky University
     

Awards:

  • Graduated Cum Laude, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY 201 7
  • Deans List, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY 2014, 2016, 2017
  • First place oral presentation for determining greenhouse gas flux in 2015 constructed wetlands, Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education
  • Second place poster presentation for Exploring the effects of herbicides 2015 on Willow Seedlings, Kentucky/Tennessee Water Professionals Conference
  • 2013 -2017 SOAR Scholarship, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY
     

Published Abstracts and Presentations:

  • J. Kaldy, C. Brown, S. Pacella, C. Tenison, S. Stryffeler, April 2019, oral contribution. Mesocosm experiments yield unexpected responses of autotrophs to nutrient loading: Influence of water residence time on eutrophication expression. New England Estuarine Research Society, York, Maine
  • J. Kaldy, C. Brown, S. Pacella, C. Tenison, S. Stryffeler, November 2017, oral contribution. Unexpected responses of autotrophs to nutrient loading: Influence of water residence time on eutrophication expression. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Biennial Conference, Providence, Rhode Island
  • S. Stryffeler, K. Hopfensperger, M. Koo, November 2015, oral contribution. Greenhouse gas flux in green infrastructure. Presented at Kentucky Academy of Science Annual Meeting, Highland, Heights KY.
  • S. Stryffeler, K. Hopfensperger, M. Koo, November 2015, oral contribution. Greenhouse gas emissions and green infrastructure. Presented at Ohio Valley Society of Toxicology Conference, Highland Heights, KY.
  • S. Stryffeler, K. Hopfensperger, M. Koo, October 2015, poster presentation. Determining greenhouse gas flux in constructed wetlands. Presented at Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education. Highland Heights, KY.
  • S. Stryffeler, A. Nagel, J. Brown, and K. Hopfensperger, August 2015, poster presentation. Effects of herbicides on willows in the Kentucky River watershed. Presented at Kentucky/Tennessee Water Professionals Conference, Covington, KY.
  • S. Stryffeler, A. Nagel, J. Brown, and K. Hopfensperger, March 2015, poster presentation. Herbicides effects on willow seedlings. Presented at Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium, Highland Heights, KY.
  • S. Stryffeler, A. Nagel, J. Brown, and K. Hopfensperger, March 2015, poster presentation. Exploring the effects of herbicides on willow seedlings, in Proceedings Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium, Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute, Lexington, Kentucky, p. 53.
  • A. Nagel, J. Brown, S. Stryffeler, K. Hopfensperger, and D. Thompson, March 2015, oral contribution. Quantification of atrazine and metolachlor dispersal associated with land use in selected areas of the Kentucky River watershed, in Proceedings Kentucky Water Resources. Annual Symposium, Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute, Lexington, Kentucky, p. 51.
  • A. Nagel, J. Brown, S. Stryffeler, K. Hopfensperger, and D. Thompson, November 2014, oral contribution. Quantification of Atrazine and Metolachlor Dispersal Associated with Land Use in Selected Areas of the Kentucky River Watershed, in Proceedings of the Kentucky Academy of Science, Louisville, Kentucky.
  • S. Stryffeler, K. Hopfensperger, August 2014, poster presentation. Method development in testing for nitrates. Presented at Heather Bullen Summer Research Celebration, Highland Heights, KY.

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