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Lisa Robbins Presents Keynote Address at Enviroday

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On January 17th, Lisa Robbins gave the keynote address at Enviroday, a day-long event sponsored by the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia. Enviroday is a student research symposium held annually. Graduate students made presentations in such areas as geology, hydrology, ecology and climatology. The title of the keynote address was "Microbially Induced Mineral Precipitations: Patterns, Processes, and Implications for CO2 Cycling."

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