Sam Blackman is a junior in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering working toward a dual concentration in environmental and ecological engineering. He works in Natalie Nelson’s Biosystems Analytics Lab where he analyzes water quality data taken from the National Estuarine Research Reserve System. His current focus is modeling dissolved oxygen trends in marsh creek habitats. Blackman spent this summer participating in the Texas A&M Belgium Environmental Science and Technology Study Abroad program. Having never venturing outside the U.S. before, Blackman ended the summer traveling to seven countries. Along the way he got the opportunity to learn about water management practices in Europe.
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