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In December 2005, the EcoCheck project (UMCES-NOAA partnership) hired Caroline Wicks to be their Science Applications Coordinator, a position located at the Cooperative Oxford Laboratory in Oxford, Maryland. In this position, Caroline will produce a range of science application products related to, or resulting from the partnership's development of ecological assessment and forecasting techniques. Caroline grew up in Lansdale, PA, and completed her Bachelor of Science in Biology (with a minor in French) at UNC - Wilmington in Wilmington, North Carolina. She then came to Horn Point Laboratory for her Master's degree with Dr. Evamaria Koch on the effects of sediment characteristics on seagrass colonization and distribution along retreating marsh shorelines. In addition to being a scientist, she wants to do more environmental outreach and education. Caroline's interests outside of work include reading, gardening, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.
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