Maine Staff Member
- MS Tennessee State University 2019
- BS Penn State University 2016
I grew up in a small community in south-central Pennsylvania but have spent the last three years in the southeastern US. I attended Penn State University for my undergraduate studies where I majored in Wildlife and Fisheries Science, and then I obtained my M.S. degree from Tennessee State University in Environmental Sciences.
I am currently a Ph.D. student majoring in Ecology and Environmental Sciences with a focus on identifying and characterizing groundwater-dependent ecosystems across the northeastern United States.
|Snyder, S., C.S. Loftin, and A.S. Reeve. 2020. Mapping Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems in the Northeastern U.S. with the Maximum Entropy Algorithm (MaxENT). Presentation at the 2020 Annual meeting of The Wildlife Society. 28 September-2 October, moved to web conference platform.||October 2020|
|Snyder, S., C.S. Loftin, and A.S. Reeve. 2020. Mapping Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems in the Northeastern U.S. with the Maximum Entropy Algorithm (MaxENT). Poster presentation at the 2020 Spring Conference of the American Water Resources Association, Geospatial Water Technology Conference: Complex Systems. 4-13 August, moved to web conference platform||August 2020|