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('''Marlyse Williams''')
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Ph.D. candidate - Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, Penn State
 
Ph.D. candidate - Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, Penn State
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Past Education:  I received my B.S. and M.C.E degrees in Environmental Engineering from University of Delaware.
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Research Interest:  I am interested in nutrient cycling, composting technologies, and overall waste removal and reduction practices.
  
 
'''Thesis:''' Modeling the Interaction of Transport Mechanisms through Manure to Evaluate the Effects on Ammonia and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
 
'''Thesis:''' Modeling the Interaction of Transport Mechanisms through Manure to Evaluate the Effects on Ammonia and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  
 
'''Email:'''  [mailto: mkw165@psu.edu]
 
'''Email:'''  [mailto: mkw165@psu.edu]
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[http://www.personal.psu.edu/mkw165 Personal University Webpage]
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[http://www.personal.psu.edu/mkw165 Personal University Webpage]
 
  
 
'''Plans for the Summer:'''
 
'''Plans for the Summer:'''
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Composting Research Tour of Germany and Austria!!!
 
Composting Research Tour of Germany and Austria!!!
  
Stay tuned for all the details.  It's my first time in Europe and I'm excited to study an interesting research problem.
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Stay tuned for all the details and video clips.  It's my first time in Europe and I'm excited to study an interesting research problem.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:02, 1 November 2007

Marlyse Williams

Ph.D. candidate - Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, Penn State

Past Education: I received my B.S. and M.C.E degrees in Environmental Engineering from University of Delaware.

Research Interest: I am interested in nutrient cycling, composting technologies, and overall waste removal and reduction practices.

Thesis: Modeling the Interaction of Transport Mechanisms through Manure to Evaluate the Effects on Ammonia and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Email: [mailto: mkw165@psu.edu] Personal University Webpage


Plans for the Summer:

Composting Research Tour of Germany and Austria!!!

Stay tuned for all the details and video clips. It's my first time in Europe and I'm excited to study an interesting research problem.

1404489505 9a51848a04.jpg N11311747 34401324 4940.jpg




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